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Two more volumes on Research Methodology in Strategy and Management published

Posted on 25/09/2012
West Meets East: Toward Methodological Exchange

West Meets East: Toward Methodological Exchange

West Meets East: Toward Methodological Exchange (Volume 7)
West Meets East: Building Theoretical Bridges (Volume 8)

Catherine L. Wang, David J. Ketchen, Jr., and Donald D. Bergh
(Prof. Catherine Wang is a Professor of Strategy & Entrepreneurship at RHUL)

Two volumes of the book series "Research Methodology in Strategy and Management" have recently been published by Emerald and were launched at the 2012 Academy of Management Annual Meeting in Boston. The book series' mission is to provide a forum for critique, commentary and discussion about key methodology issues in the strategic management field. Strategic management relies on an array of complex methods drawn from various allied disciplines to examine how managers attempt to lead their firms toward success.

The seventh volume of the series is built around the theme of "West Meets East: Toward Methodological Exchange." This volume consists of two parts. The first is "Developing Quantitative Techniques" and the second is "Exploring Mixed Research Methods." With authors from an array of country backgrounds, including Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Russia, Singapore, the UK, and the US, this volume will help promote methodological exchange between the West and the East.

The eighth volume of the series is built around the theme of "West Meets East: Building Theoretical Bridges." This volume consists of two parts. The first is "Methods for Discovery and Theory Building" and the second is "Western Theories and Concepts in the Eastern Context." While the contributors of this volume are from an array of country backgrounds including Australia, China, Denmark, Germany, Korea, New Zealand, Singapore, Spain, Taiwan, the UK and the USA, the majority of the chapters refer to Asia, especially China, as the powerhouse of the global economic growth. We hope that the methodological insights offered in this volume will help build the theoretical bridges between the West and the East.

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For more information, please visit the publisher's website: Research Methodology in Strategy and Management 



   
 
 
 

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