Title For Case Study Thesis


  • Predictable Endings or Dramatic Finishes? A Bayesian Approach to Prediction of The Amazing Race  Winners (2017)

  • Predicting Social Value Orientation from Personal Information and Survey Metadata (2017)

  • Immigration, Economic Hardships, and their Influence on Anger and Anxiety in Preschool Aged Children (2017)

  • Impact of Sea Level Rise Threat to Real Estate Market in Miami-Dade, Florida (2017)

  • All the Feels: Sentiment Analysis Between Emoji and Text (2017)

  • Predicting House Prices – OLS vs Data Mining Approaches (2017)

  • Gender and Co-sponsorship in U.S. Congress (2017)

  • The Potential Effects of Income Inequality on the Obesity Problem in China (2016)

  • Bayesian Multivariate Stochastic Volatility Model with Markov Switching: Applications in Currency Market (2016)

  • Accessing Social Influences of Congressmen with Keyword Network (2016)

  • How presidential election in 2016 affects the stock market – A Twitter sentiment analysis perspective (2016)

  • Social Media Interface and the Next Generation Cognitive Mapping in New York City (2016)

  • Using Statistical Tools to Predict Football Match Outcomes (2016)

  • Time Series Methods in the R package mlr (2016)

  • An Application of Machine Learning Methods in Bitcoin Network: Detecting Double Spends (2016)

  • The Role of Labor-Protective Institutions in Gender Gap (2014)
  • Survival Analysis of Digital Technology Employee Retention in a News Media Organization (2014)
  • At Risk on the Road: A Cluster Analysis of Traffic Crashes in New York City (2014)
  • Disparities in the Age of Autism Diagnosis and Intervention Onset: National Survey of Children's Health 2011-2012 (2014)
  • The Effects of Stop-and-Frisk Quotas on Racial Profiling in New York City during 2013 (2014)
  • Investigating the Effects of Financial Incentivization on Fertility in Singapore, and Perceptions Towards Marriage, Parenthood, and Pro-Natalist Policy (2014)
  • Educational Homogamy and Relationship Sustainability: A Comparative Study of Differences between Heterosexual and Same-Sex Couples (2014)
  • Who is Next: Predicting the Outcome of Current Death Row Inmates in the United States (2014)
  • Understanding the Relationship between News Consumption and Individual Perceptions of Security in Iraq (2014)
  • Modeling Modules: Enrollment Patterns in a Modularized Developmental Mathematics Course Sequence (2014)
  • Demographic Trends in Virginia 2013 
  • Learning-by-Doing and Its Implications for Economic Growth and International Trade (2013)
  • Personalized Treatment Effects: Evidence from a Randomized Field Experiment (2013)
  • A Quantitative Analysis of Post-Incarceration Substance Use (2013)
  • Monastic Land Ties and Anglo-Saxon Lords (2012)
  • Analysis of Racial Disparities in NYPD's "Stop-and-Frisk" Policy (2012)
  • Occupation Licensing Requirements and the Manicure Industry (2012)
  • Group Buying Site Selection Using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) (2012)
  • Solar Power Plants: Performance Modeling (2012)
  • Is Prospective Memory Ability Flexible?  Manipulating Value to Increase Goal Significance (2011)
  • Environmental Demand and Housing Markets: An Empirical Evaluation of the World's Former Largest Landfill (2011)
  • She Enjoyed Transporting the Amish Community and Gardening: Social and Cultural Capital in the 21st Century (2010)
  • Making the Right Decision on Draft Day: Forecasting Draft Order, Career Longevity, Career Opportunities, and Star Players in the NBA (2010)
  • Geometric and Algebraic Interpretations of 2x2 Games and their Nash Equilibria (2010)
  • The Inaugural Youth Olympic Games as a Catalyst for Sports Tourism in Singapore (2010)
  • The Impact of Changing Economic Conditions on United States Army Recruiting Trends (2009)
  • Experimental Test of the Accuracy of Proxy Reports with External Validation (2009)
  • Assessing the Cost of Providing Care to Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) by Home-based Care (HBC) Programs in South Africa (2008)
  • Entrepreneurship versus Micro-franchising: A Baseline Study of Small Business Owners and Fanmilk (2008) 
  • Measuring and Explaining "Good" Management: A First Step toward Improved Performance (2008)
  • Stock Market Returns Predictability: Does Volatility Really Matter? (2008)
  • Institutions and Ephemera in Urban Reform: The Municipal Expenditure Effects of Council-manager Government (2007)
  • Mostly Working with Giraffes: The Importance of Peers and Role Models for Adolescent Girls (2007)
  • Multiple Perspectives to Analyzing the Prevalence of ADHD (2007)
  • On Stage: How Organizational and Cultural Forces Shaped American Musical Theatre (2007)
  • Proposing the Sino-African Trade Initiative and Other Ways to Improve Trade
  • The Effects of Migration on Household Poverty: A Disaggregated Migrant Network Approach (2007)
  • Will a Nation Be Happier with a More Even Income Distribution? (2007)
  • An Econometric Approach to Evaluate Media Effectiveness: An Auto Insurance Example (2007)
  • Behavioral Extensions to the Topology of Fear: A Gedankenexperimen (2007)
  • Charter School Innovation: Fact or Fiction? (2006)
  • Does Immigration Lead to Increases in Crime, or is it One Big Illusion? (2006)
  • Homosexual Behavior in the United States, 1988-2004: Empirical Support for the Social Construction Theory of Sexuality (2006)
  • The Impact of Family Structure on Children's Access to Health Care: An Exploratory Analysis (2006)
  • Re-examining Asian Americans as a "Model Minority" (2005)
  • The Intergenerational Transmission of Social Inequality through Education: An Exploratory Study (2005)
  • What are the Factors which Decrease the Number of Children Women Have in their Lifetime? (2005)
  • Academic Rankings: A Trivial Contest? (2004)
  • Seniors in Japan: Their Lives and Happiness (2004)
  • The Effects of Teenage Parenthood and Experience with the Criminal Justice System on the Transition to Adulthood (2004)
  • Psychological Control and Preschoolers' Externalizing and Internalizing Behaviors in China (2003)
  • Standardized Testing and Accountability in United States Public Schools (2003)
  • Guidelines for Writing a Case Study Analysis

    A case study analysis requires you to investigate a business problem, examine the alternative solutions, and propose the most effective solution using supporting evidence. To see an annotated sample of a Case Study Analysis, click here.

    Preparing the Case

    Before you begin writing, follow these guidelines to help you prepare and understand the case study:

    1. Read and examine the case thoroughly
      • Take notes, highlight relevant facts, underline key problems.
    2. Focus your analysis
      • Identify two to five key problems
      • Why do they exist?
      • How do they impact the organization?
      • Who is responsible for them?
    3. Uncover possible solutions
      • Review course readings, discussions, outside research, your experience.
    4. Select the best solution
      • Consider strong supporting evidence, pros, and cons: is this solution realistic?

    Drafting the Case

    Once you have gathered the necessary information, a draft of your analysis should include these sections:

    1. Introduction
      • Identify the key problems and issues in the case study.
      • Formulate and include a thesis statement, summarizing the outcome of your analysis in 1–2 sentences.
    2. Background
      • Set the scene: background information, relevant facts, and the most important issues.
      • Demonstrate that you have researched the problems in this case study.
    3. Alternatives
      • Outline possible alternatives (not necessarily all of them)
      • Explain why alternatives were rejected
      • Constraints/reasons
      • Why are alternatives not possible at this time?
    4. Proposed Solution
      • Provide one specific and realistic solution
      • Explain why this solution was chosen
      • Support this solution with solid evidence
      • Concepts from class (text readings, discussions, lectures)
      • Outside research
      • Personal experience (anecdotes)
    5. Recommendations
      • Determine and discuss specific strategies for accomplishing the proposed solution.
      • If applicable, recommend further action to resolve some of the issues
      • What should be done and who should do it?

    Finalizing the Case

    After you have composed the first draft of your case study analysis, read through it to check for any gaps or inconsistencies in content or structure: Is your thesis statement clear and direct? Have you provided solid evidence? Is any component from the analysis missing?

    When you make the necessary revisions, proofread and edit your analysis before submitting the final draft. (Refer to Proofreading and Editing Strategies to guide you at this stage).


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