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All cases accepted by Emerald into Emerging Markets Case Studies have teaching notes, which are rigorously reviewed to ensure their learning objectives facilitate dynamic classroom discussion and help faculty plan how best to use the case.
EMCS specialises in case research from and about emerging markets and developing economies, regions which are traditionally underrepresented in teaching case collections but which offer unique and important insights
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