The Journal of Applied Case Research

The Journal of Applied Case Research (JACR) was established by the Southwest Case Research Association (SWCRA) to publish cases and papers dealing with issues in all business-related disciplines that involve case writing, research, and teaching. At the time the Journal originally started, there were few publication outlets for cases.  The vice President of Publications, SWCRA, also holds the position of Editor, JACR, and past editors have been:

Carl Ruthstrom, University of Houston-Downtown
Daniel Jennings, Texas A&M University (1997-2000)
Leslie Toombs, Texas A&M University-Commerce (2000-02)
Alex Sharland, Barry University (2002-07)
Steven J. Maranville (2007-09)
Alex Sharland, University of Houston-Downtown (2009-10)
Joseph J. Kavanaugh, Sam Houston State University (2010-15)

All submissions go through a blind review by at least two qualified reviewers, as well as an editorial review.  JACR is listed in Cabell’s Directory of Publishing Opportunities in Accounting, Economics & Finance, Management, and Marketing, with an acceptance rate of 38%.

JACR is a fully digital and online only.  Gerald Kohers, SWCRA Vice-President for Technology, oversees the JACR web-presence.

Irfan Ahmed, Sam Houston State University