EDEN Doctoral Seminar in Case Studies in Business and Management Research
The purpose of this course is to introduce doctoral students from Europe and around the world to the diversity of ways of conducting case study research and to improve their own research practice. It aims to provide an overview of recent trends and debates on the case study in management and organization research. This course will focus on issues that are often left out of methodology courses and training, notably: What are the different views on the theoretical contribution that a case study can make, and what lies behind these differences? As researchers, how can we theorize from case studies? How do ontological and epistemological assumptions affect views about case study quality and design? What is the ‘disciplinary convention’ regarding the case study in your own field of research, and why does it matter? What are your options when writing up your case study for publication? What are the current trends in case research in top management journals? What can management researchers learn from case study trends in other fields, such as political science? As a case researcher, how can you best defend your methodological choices? Detailed lecture notes and handouts will be provided and examples from top journals will be collectively analyzed by course participants.
|Event dates:||2016-11-21 – 2016-11-25|
|Organizers:||European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management EIASM KATAJA Finnish Doctoral Programme in Business Studies|
|Conference venue:||Helsinki, Aalto University School of Business|
Ms. Nina Payen (email@example.com), Tel: +32 2 226 66 61, Fax: +32 2 512 19 29
|Classification:||M0 - Business Administration and Business Economics; Marketing; Accounting. General|
|Event type:||Seminare, Summer Schools, Symposien, Workshops; Seminars, Summer Schools, Symposiums, Workshops|