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Journal Issue
Volume 17 Issue 3 / Sep 2019  pp102‑191

Editor: Ann Brown

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A Detailed Guide on Converting Qualitative Data into Quantitative Entrepreneurial Skills Survey Instrument  pp102‑117

Anastacia Mamabolo, Kerrin Myres

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Using the TACT Framework to Learn the Principles of Rigour in Qualitative Research  pp118‑129

Ben K. Daniel

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Addressing The Challenge of Building Research Capabilities in Business Management Undergraduate Students  pp130‑142

Martin Rich, Ann Brown, Aneesh Banerjee

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An Illustration of a Deductive Pattern Matching Procedure in Qualitative Leadership Research  pp143‑154

Noel Pearse

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Augmenting Social Media Research with Q Methodology: Some Guiding Principles  pp155‑164

Charmaine du Plessis

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Sequencing Effects in the Analysis of Complex Experiments in Business Research: Mechanisms, Biases, and Recommendations  pp165‑178

Peter Kotzian

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Business Research Methodologies and the need for Economies of Scale in the Business Research Process: Harnessing the Innovation Opportunities of Novel Technologies and Technological Change  pp179‑190

Chris William Callaghan

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Abstract

Theory and evidence suggests that returns to research and research and development are currently declining. This paper seeks to identify patterns in the use of business research methodologies in certain of the latest articles published at the forefront of the field of business research innovation, from its leading journal. This literature is used to identify the current front line of business research methodologies at the forefront of the field. Propositions are derived from novel theory, and are critically juxtaposed against identified topics and methodologies in these articles. In so doing, the conceptual distance of the front line of empirical research in the field from the radical front line of theory in the broader field is quantified. Methodological implications are discussed and recommendations are made for the development of a future research agenda. 

 

Keywords: Research methodology; Innovation; Technology; Technological change; Management; Crowdsourcing

 

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EJBRM Editorial for Volume 17 Issue 3 2019  pp191‑191

Ann Brown

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