22nd March 2017
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2015 Annual Review
BAM IB&IM SIG Event: Case Selection in Qualitative Case Study Research in International Business and International Management
How do we select cases? What is the process of casing? When do we select cases? How do our epistemological assumptions reflected on case selection? What is the unit of analysis in case study research? How does case selection relate to theorizing? These are a few important questions we will address in the workshop. We will critically reflect on these questions by bringing in practices from international business/management and methodological literatures.
The aim of the workshop is to shed light to key issues and common misconceptions associated with case selection.
This event will take place on the 6th April, 2017 10:30am-14:00pm.
Who Should Attend
PhD Researchers/ Post-Doctoral Fellows/ Early Career Researchers engaging in qualitative case study research in International Business/Management and related disciplines.
Benefits of Attendance
- Increasing an understanding of case study sampling as a multilevel process.
- Providing insights into the empirical unit and the unit of analysis of case study.
- Developing and understanding of purposeful sampling and its variations.
- Discussing the temporal and emerging dimensions of case study research.
- Increasing an understanding on single and multiple case study design.
Henley Business School,
University of Reading,
Emmanuella Plakoyiannaki is Professor of International Business at Leeds University Business School, UK. She is committed to raising awareness about qualitative research and has delivered relevant seminars in various Universities throughout the world. Her research interests refer to qualitative research, language and art (in an IB context) as well as consumer behaviour. She has published in various academic journals including the Academy of Management Review, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of World Business and Journal of Management Studies among others.
British Academy of Management International Business & International Management SIG and the Academy of International Business, UKI
For specific information about this event please contact the workshop facilitator(s): Emmanuella Plakoyiannaki at email@example.com
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Booking deadline: 31st March 2017
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6th April 2017 to 2:00 PM
Henley Business School, University of Reading, Whiteknights Campus Reading Berkshire
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