World Association for Case Method Research and Application (WACRA)
1984-04-14 London UK
14 Apr 1984, London (UK), at 2nd International Conference on Case Method Research and Case Method Application, evolving from informal contacts among professors, researchers, policy-makers, professionals and business executives. Original title: World Association for Case Method Research and Case Method Application. Legally registered Mar 1989, Boston MA (USA). 'WACRA' registered as a trademark, Mar 1997.
Advance use of the case method in teaching, training and planning; encourage research using the case method; coordinate case writing and case application activities; encourage cooperation among the public sector, the business community and other case-oriented professions; widen focus to include games, simulation, other interactive learning, teaching methods and distance education.
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