Responsible Research Methods Symposium

Location
Birmingham Business School University House
Category
Lectures Talks and Workshops, Social Sciences
Dates
Friday 7th June 2019 (09:30-17:30)
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Contact

Please email M.Karafyllia@bham.ac.uk to register

The Department of Strategy & International Business, Birmingham Business School, is delighted to host its Annual Responsible Research Methods Symposium on the 7 June 2019.

RRMS Poster

This event, in collaboration with the Academy of International Business Research Methods - Shared Interest Group, is designed to provide a forum for the discussion of various methodological issues and the dissemination of best-practice in the field.

The symposium will bring together leading research methodologists to explore state of the art approaches to data collection and analysis, and promote the adoption of trustworthy, valid and rigorous approaches to ‘doing’ research. As such, it will serve as a guide in analyzing data responsibly, which may be of particular interest to early career researchers and junior scholars.

Keynote speakers:

  • Professor William Greene (New York University, USA)
  • Professor Catherine Welch (University of Sydney, Australia)

Organisers:

Dr Agnieszka Chidlow – Founder & Chair

Dr Emma Gardner, Dr Maria Karafyllia & Ms Diletta Pegoraro – Chairs

Click here to find out more about the Academy of International Business Research Methods Shared Interest Group

Download the Schedule for the event (PDF)

Donwload 50 Years of International Business Research - Catherine Welch (PDF)

Download Convincing Research Based on Credible Research Design and Competent Execution - William Greene (PDF)

Download Cross-Country Data Collection - Roberta Aguzzoli (PDF)

Download Ethical Issues in Qualitative Research - Pervez Ghauri (PDF)

Download Foreignization Strategies in Written Research Accounts - Susanne Tietze (PDF)

Download How many is enough - Mark Saunders (PDF)

Download Star Chasing A Commentary - Agnieszka Chidlow, William Greene, Stewart Miller (PDF)

 

If you would like to attend this event, please email M.Karafyllia@bham.ac.uk to register.