Edited by Rebecca Piekkari and Catherine Welch
This innovative Handbook draws together and reflects on the specific methodological challenges that an international business scholar is likely to face when undertaking a qualitative research project.
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- Handbook of Qualitative Research Methods for International Business
- List of Figures
- List of Tables
- Observations from a Lifetime ofInterviewing
- Interviews: A Key Data Source inInternational Business Research
- Theory is not Reality
- Chapter 1: Qualitative Research Methods in International Business: The State of the Art
- Chapter 2: Empirical Research in International Management: A Critique and Future Agenda
- Chapter 3: Towards a Postcolonial Research Paradigm in International Business and Comparative Management
- Chapter 4: Hermeneutic Methodology and International Business Research
- The Many Skills of the Case Researcher
- Chapter 5: Designing and Conducting Case Studies in International Business Research
- Chapter 6: The Architecture of Multiple Case Study Research in International Business
- Chapter 7: The Role of Negative Personal Experiences in Cross-cultural Case Study Research: Failure or Opportunity?
- Chapter 8: First the Sugar, Then the Eggs . . . Or the Other Way Round? Mixing Methods in International Business Research
- Getting the Ear of the Minister
- Chapter 9: Interview Studies in International Business Research
- Chapter 10: Improvisation and Adaptation in International Business Research Interviews
- Chapter 11: Language and Languages in Cross-cultural Interviewing
- Chapter 12: Interviewing in the Multinational Corporation: Challenges of the Organisational Context
- Chapter 13: The Interview in International Business Research: Problems We Would Rather Not Talk About
- Seeing and Experiencing Culture
- Chapter 14: The Ethnographic International Business Researcher: Misfit or Trailblazer?
- Chapter 15: The Relevance of Ethnography to International Business Research
- Chapter 16: Interpreting the International Firm: Going Beyond Interviews
- Chapter 17: Critical Discourse Analysis as a Methodology for International Business Studies
- Eating Alone and Other Experiences
- Chapter 18: Contextualising Fieldwork: Reflections on Conducting Research in Eastern Europe
- Chapter 19: Conducting Qualitative Research in Vietnam: Ethnography, Grounded Theory and Case Study Research
- Chapter 20: The Role of Culture in Conducting Trustworthy and Credible Qualitative Business Research in China
- Chapter 21: An Outsider in India
- Chapter 22: The Rhythms of Latin America: A Context and Guide for Qualitative Research
- Against Todays's Fashion: Experiences from the 'Review Front'
- Chapter 23: Ensuring Validity in Qualitative International Business Research
- Chapter 24: Computer-assisted Qualitative Data Analysis: Application in an Export Study
- Chapter 25: Writing About Methods in Qualitative Research: Towards a More Transparent Approach
- Chapter 26: ‘Writing it Up’: The Challenges of Representation in Qualitative Research
- Chapter 27: Getting Published: The Last Great Hurdle?
- Chapter 28: Publishing Qualitative Research in International Business
- Vignette: Case Studies in Construction: Recollections of an Accidental Researcher
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