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December 11, 2013 708

New from Organizational Research Methods (ORM)

ORM is pleased to announce a new virtual issue on the topic of Methodological Issues in Strategy & Strategic Management Research, with all articles free to access now through February 26, 2014.

This virtual issue features 17 articles devoted to methodological issues linked to the study of strategic management.  The articles focus on five different topics: design issues, survey data, innovative approaches to data, qualitative approaches, and construct measurement.

The virtual issue includes, among other articles:

  • Kevin D. Carlson and Jinpei Wu

The  Illusion  of  Statistical  Control: Control Variable Practice in Management Research

  • Cynthia S. Cycyota and David A. Harrison

What  (Not)  to  Expect  When  Surveying  Executives:  A  Meta-Analysis  of  Top  Manager Response Rates  and  Techniques  Over  Time

  • Joshua L. Ray and Anne D. Smith

Using  Photographs  to  Research  Organizations:
Evidence,  Considerations, and Application  in  a Field  Study

Click here to read more articles from the ORM Virtual Issue. Learn more about Organizational Research Methods and sign up for e-alerts about the latest research from the journal.

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