Research Methodology in Strategy and Management

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David J. Ketchen, David J. Ketchen, Jr., Donald D. Bergh
Emerald Group Publishing, 2006 - Business & Economics - 415 pages
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Volume 3 of the Research Methodology in Strategy and Management title offers twelve chapters of discussion surrounding various tools and methods utilized by scholars and academics. A wide range of approaches are covered that will prove to be an important reference and inspiration for strategists, managers, and researchers. *A resource containing recent research by some of the field's most respected scholars *12 chapters spanning a variety of relevant topics
  

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Contents

Scholarship that Endures
1
Theory Practice and Scholarship
11
Constructs and Construct Measurement in Upper Echelons Research
17
Theoretical and Practical Guidance on Improving Response Rates and Response Quality in Top Management Survey Questionnaires
37
The Intersection Between Organizational Task Environment and Discretion
57
An Enrichment of the Archival Tradition
97
Analysis of Extremes in Management Studies
123
Review Critique and Implications for Future Research
197
Thoughts on a MicroFoundations Project for Strategic Management and Organizational Analysis
253
Rigor and Relevance Using Repertory Grid Technique in Strategy Research
289
A Framework for Research on the Reputational Consequences of Corporate Actions
343
An Assessment of the Use of Structural Equation Modeling in International Business Research
385
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