Research Methods for Business Students

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Prentice Hall, 2009 - Business & Economics - 614 pages
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A comprehensive introduction to research methods in business for students planning or undertaking a dissertation or extensive research project in business and management.

The fifth edition of Research Methods for Business Students brings the theory, philosophy and techniques of research to life and enables students to understand the practical relevance of the research methods. A highly accessible style and logical structure have made this the 'student choice' and run-away market leader.

The book is written for students on undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes in business, or business-related disciplines.

The following online resources support the text:

  • For Students: self-assessment questions, glossary, revision "flashcards", tutorials for SPSS and NVivo, plus Smarter Online Searching Guide
  • For Instructors: teaching manual, powerpoint slides, testbank

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The ultimate version of the research for students. The contents is absolute and perfect with simple language for everyone.

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Provides an excellent overview of the research process, from formulating your research idea through to data collection and analysis.
Good read.

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About the author (2009)

Mark Saunders is Professor of Business Research Methods at School of Management, University of Surrey. Philip Lewis and Adrian Thornhill are former Principal Lecturers, Gloucestershire Business School, University of Gloucestershire.

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