Lorraine Eden, Bo Bernhard Nielsen, Alain Verbeke
This ebook, Research Methods in International Business (PDF), is a collection of the highly cited and most relevant research methods articles from the Journal of International Business Studies. It highlights the importance of methodological rigor and state-of-the-art methods as defining characteristics of contemporary international business (IB) research (JIBS). Each contribution is accompanied by a new Commentary written by professionals in the subject; some of the contributions also feature Further Reflections written by the contributors who originally wrote them. This extensive volume investigates study design, testing, and reporting, in addition to specific methodological difficulties such as common method variance, endogeneity, and theorizing from case studies. It encompasses both quantitative and qualitative approaches.
This book is an up-to-date and one-of-a-kind reference source on the most recent research methodologies and practices in international business. It includes guidelines for best practices relating to hypothesis testing, interaction effects, and replicability. The e-book is going to be required reading for students who are majoring in any of the subfields that fall under the umbrella of IB research, such as international economics, management, entrepreneurship, and marketing.
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