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Bisoux, T. (2007). Research in action. BizEd, 6(2), 26–32.
Duncan, S., & Harrop, A. (2006). A user perspective on research quality. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 9(2), 159–174.
Echambadi, R., Campbell, B., & Agarwal, R. (2006). Encouraging best practice in quantitative management research: An incomplete list of opportunities. Journal of Management Studies, 43(8), 1801–1820. Not available in the library.
Friga, P. N., & Chapas, R. B. (2008). Make better business decisions. Research Technology Management, 51(4), 8–16.
Johnson, P., Buehring, A., Cassell, C., & Symon, G. (2007). Defining qualitative management research: an empirical investigation. Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management, 2(1), 23–42.
Riege, A. M. (2003). Validity and reliability tests in case study research: A literature review with "hands-on" applications for each research phase. Qualitative Market Research, 6(2), 75–86.
Shah, S. K., & Corley, K. G. (2006). Building better theory by bridging the quantitative–qualitative divide. Journal of Management Studies, 43(8), 1821–1835.Shannon, S. (2000). Writing a structured abstract. Canadian Association of Radiologists Journal, 51(6), 328–329. Not available in the library.
Wikman, A. (2006). Reliability, validity and true values in surveys. Social Indicators Research, 78(1), 85–110.
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