- Practical tips on how to undertake research and get findings published
- Research project management skills
- International and interdisciplinary perspectives
Table of Contents
- Introduction. (C. Humphrey, B. Lee).
Section One. The Meaning of Research. The Search for Clues in Accounting History. (S.P. Walker). Adventures in Social and Environmental Accounting and Auditing Research: A Personal Reflection. (D. Owen). Using Case Studies in Finance Research. (G. Stoner, J. Holland).
Accounting and Auditing Research in the United States. (T.A. Lee). Forever Destined to be Extras in a Broadway Show? A Discussion on the Status of National Accounting Research in an International Arena. (M.A. García-Benau, J.A. Laínez-Gadea).
"Nice Work": Writing a Ph.D. Thesis in Accounting. (A. Loft). Learning to Balance: The Experience of an Overseas PhD student in the UK. (Naoko Komori).
Section Two. Managing the Research Process.
Starting and Managing a European Union Funded Research Project. (F. Birkin). Management of a Research Team. (J. Broadbent, R. Laughlin). Confessions of a Research Assistant. (J. Burns).
Making Sense of Interactions in an Investigation of Organisational Practices and Processes. (I. Lapsley). Qualitative Research on Accounting: Some Thoughts on What Occurs Behind The Scene. (J. Bédard, Y. Gendron). Critical Independence. (B. McSweeney). Section Three. Collecting and Analysing Data.. Case-Based Research in Accounting. (A.J. Berry, D.T. Otley). Doing Case Study Research. (R.W. Scapens). What is the Object of Accounting? A Dialogue. (Masaya Fujita, Yoshiaki Jinnai). Refining Research Questions in the Course of Negotiating Access for Fieldwork. (T. Ahrens).
Insights from Internet-Based Research: Realising a Qualitative Understanding from a Quantitative Search Process. (A. Sangster, D.E. Tyrrall).
The Case Study, The Interview and the Issues: A Personal Reflection. (D.E.W. Marginson).
Qualitative Research: Experiences in Using Semi-Structured Interviews. (J. Horton, R. Macve, G. Struyven). To Tape or Not to Tape: Reflections on Methods of Data Collection. (T. Hayes, R. Mattimoe). Using Computer Assisted Qualitative Data Analysis Software: Respecting Voices Within Data Management And Analysis. (F. Anderson-Gough).
Qualitative Data Analysis: Illuminating a Process for Transforming a "Messy" but"Attractive""Nuisance". (B. O'Dwyer). Section Four. Publishing And Dissemination. Requirements and Understandings for Publishing Academic Research: An Insider View. (J. Guthrie, L.D. Parker, R. Gray). How Do Accounting Research Journals Function? Reflections from the Inside. (K. Lukka). Research and Public Practice Accounting. (S. Turley). Disseminating Research Through Teaching. (S. Richardson, J. Cullen). Section Five. Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Qualitative Methodology in Practice: My Experience. (H. Collins). Raising the Profile of Qualitative Methods in Organizational Research. (C. Cassell, G. Symon). Qualitative Dimensions in Finance and Risk Management Research. (K. Dowd). Author Index. Subject Index.
- No. of pages: 569
- Language: English
- Copyright: © Elsevier Science 2004
- Published: April 6, 2004
- Imprint: Elsevier Science
- eBook ISBN: 9780080515861
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