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Research Methods in Qualitative Management Research

Lanka, E.; Lanka, S.; Rostron, A.; Singh, P.

The value of applying qualitative research methods to business and management studies is increasingly gaining recognition. Taking a qualitative or inductive approach to research can bring greater understanding to the complex and often obscured challenges of today’s business world. Yet, the availability of sufficient training for the application and analysis of qualitative methods remains limited. This lacuna applies both to doctoral researchers who may lack sufficient access to qualitative training and the diversity of qualitative methods during their doctoral programs, as well as established academics who may wish to seek out new ways of conducting research.
This Special Issue aims to curate articles designed to provide rigorous methodological training in a range of qualitative approaches for students and academics alike. We further aim to discuss the benefits, challenges, and value that taking a qualitative approach can bring to management studies. We particularly welcome contributions that addresses and or link concepts such as training tools for qualitative research methods, fostering rigor in qualitative methods, the use and application of multiple and mixed methods, and developing new or innovative qualitative research methods.

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