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Welcome to the online catalog for the Case Program of the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.
The Kennedy School Case Program is the world's largest producer and repository of case studies designed for teaching about how government works and how public policy is made.
Our professional casewriters rigorously check the accuracy of the cases, which draw on candid interviews with decisionmakers themselves, as well as thorough document research. In that way, they represent a detailed and unrivaled body of information about the making of public policy and the administration of public institutions.
We also feature guides on how to teach and learn by the case method in the Resources section of our site.
Whether you're interested in public health or public housing, privatization, re-engineering, or innovation in government, these and dozens of other public sector-related topics are treated in a readable but rigorous way by Kennedy School case studies.