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About this book
The Palgrave Handbook of Research Design in Business and Management uses a new state-of-the-art research design typology model to guide researchers in creating the blueprints for their experiments. By focusing on theory and cutting-edge empirical best-practices, this handbook utilizes visual techniques to appease all learning styles.
Practitioner-Scholars Research Design Typology Research Design Ideology Research Strategy Research Techniques Research Method Cross-Cultural Research Rationale and Significance Experimental Designs Quasi-Experimental Designs Structural Equation Modeling Correlation Logistic Regression Survey Method Longitudinal Surveys Cross-Sectional Survey Correspondence Analysis Control Variables Monte-Carlo Simulation Using Excel Critical Analysis Best-Practice learning management modeling organization simulation