A Review of Research methods in strategic management; What have been done, and what is still missing

  • Hernández J
  • Pérez O
  • Rangel A
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Abstract

Research methods designed to study strategic management, are as varied as the theories of strategy that have been developed over time. From the purely quantitative methods with mathematical models such as structural equations or multiple regression models, even the purely qualitative methods such as ethnography, or direct observation. However, despite the differences, all these methods are intended to build theory about the strategic management. In this sense, the present paper, reviewed the methodologies used in the generation of knowledge regarding the strategic management, and proposes future lines of research on the topic and the methods used.

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Hernández, J. G. V., Pérez, O. E. A., & Rangel, A. C. (2016). A Review of Research methods in strategic management; What have been done, and what is still missing. Journal of Knowledge Management, Economics and Information Technology, 6(2), 1–42.

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