Production & Operations Management Research Centers Papers
Theoretical Progress in Management Studies and the Role of Qualitative Research
A dilemma facing qualitative researchers is how to publish their work in leading journals, which demand very high levels of methodological rigour, without losing what is distinctively valuable about qualitative methods. In his contribution to this Point-Counterpoint, Joep Cornelissen questions the increasingly popular approach for qualitative researchers to produce papers which seek to mimic the style of quantitative papers. For Cornelissen, the danger of this trend in methods is that it undermines the ability of qualitative work to provide the kind of rich, detailed explanatory theorising which is its hallmark. In his Counterpoint piece, Patrick Wright argues that quantification of qualitative data might actually help scholars in addressing their reliability and validity challenges, increasing the probability of publishing in leading management journals. He concludes by arguing that the biggest obstacle to theoretical progress is a lack of meaningful dialogue between scholars working in different methodological traditions and he proposes ways of increasing such dialogue. The papers are available FREE in
Bill Harley and Dries Faems
Joep P. Cornelissen
Patrick M. Wright
Social Entrepreneurship as a Norm?
Is the act of entrepreneurship itself a social good? This simple and seemingly easy question goes to the heart of the debate of this issue's Point-Counterpoint articles but the answer appears not to be so straightforward. In their entry in this two article series, Zahra and Wright argue that scholars need to re-examine and redefine the social role of entrepreneurship around five pillars that argue for a balance of the financial, social, and environmental outcomes of all entrepreneurial activity. In conjunction, McMullen and Warnick argue that the criticism of ‘typical and classic’ entrepreneurship may have gone too far. The papers are available FREE in .
Shaker A. Zahra and Mike Wright
Jeffery S. McMullen and Benjamin J. Warnick
The Scope and Scale of MNE Strategies: In Commemoration of Alan Rugman's Contribution to International Business Research
To acknowledge Alan Rugman’s scholarly contribution to international business (IB) research, we have invited two teams of leading IB scholars to engage in a Point – Counterpoint (PCP) discussion, providing a constructive dialogue associated with Rugman’s work and its implications for the IB and management research fields.
Igor Filatotchev and Dries Faems
Alain Verbeke and Christian Geisler Asmussen
Ram Mudambi and Jonas Puck
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