The Real Life Guide to Accounting Research
A Behind-the-Scenes View of Using Qualitative Research MethodsEdited by
- Christopher Humphrey
- Bill Lee
Masters students, doctoral students and researchers in the field of accounting and finance. Management and other social science researchers with in an interest in qualitative research methods.
Hardbound, 569 Pages
Published: April 2004
"Contains a number of chapters, which I consider to be gems, providing great insights on research ... a must read for both experienced and inexperienced researchers" -- The International Journal of Accounting, 2005. "A wonderful book with wide ranging reflections on accounting and its reality, the role of knowledge and how qualitative research helps us better understand accounting phenomenon and human interactions. I strongly recommend!" -- Prof Greg Tower, Curtain University of Technology, Australia, QRAM - Qualitative Research in Accounting and Management, Vol. 1, No. 2, 2004 "I highly recommend this book ... [it] is a useful resource for new and experienced researchers alike to 'dip' into over time for practical advice on a wide range of qualitative research issues." -- Carolyn Stringer, University of Otago, New Zealand, QRAM - Qualitative Research in Accounting and Management, Vol. 1, No. 2, 2004 "The book is a must for inclusion on postgraduate research methods courses, for no other accounting contribution comes so close to capturing the flavour and practice of actually conducting qualitative research from conception to publication." -Trevor Hopper, PACIFIC ACCOUNTING REVIEW (v17, iss1, 2005)