It does just what it says on the cover - it provides a clear, full, accessible introduction to, and overview of, the things that students, managers and researchers need to know about management research. This, or a book like it, ought to be on the desk of anyone doing management research.
Who is it for? Anyone starting to think about doing management research.
Would you recommend it? Strongly, without reservation.
Management Research Methods
Authors: Phyllis Tharenou, Ross Donohue and Brian Cooper Edition: First
Publisher: Cambridge University Press