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Revealed: The Case Centre's bestselling authors 2015/2016

7 November 2016

The Case Centre’s list of bestselling case authors for the academic year 2015/16 has just been announced.

The top 40 case writers beat off stiff competition from over 8,000 case writers worldwide who are currently registered with The Case Centre. Making the top 40 is an amazing achievement.

First placeDebapratim Purkayastha

Taking first place in The Case Centre’s top 40 is Debapratim Purkayastha, Associate Dean, ICFAI Business School (IBS), who sold over 19,000 cases during the academic year 2015/2016. Debapratim also won The Case Centre’s Outstanding Contribution to the Case Method Award in 2015. Find out more about him here

Unique perspective

Says Richard McCracken, Director of The Case Centre: ‘Our top 40 bestselling authors represent a wide range of schools from around the world, including America, Belgium, France Hong Kong, India, Switzerland and the UK – proving that the case method is alive and well across the globe.

‘Each of our bestselling authors brings their own unique perspective to the case method and the art of case writing, and I hope that faculty worldwide will be inspired by their achievements. My congratulations to all of them.’

Find out more about all The Case Centre’s bestselling authors.

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