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Human Resource Management Review

Conceptual Development for Future Research

Volume 29, Issue 1, March 2019 

Summer school 2018/2019

Qualitative research methods Summer School”

A focus on management and governance

Department of Economics and Management, University of Pisa

Date: 20th-24th May 2019


Aim of the course

Qualitative methods represent a valuable and meaningful research approach in social sciences. The purpose of this course is to introduce PhD students and junior faculty to the diversity of ways of conducting qualitative research. The course will cover the full cycle of a qualitative research project; from design, to data collection, analysis, reporting and disseminating. In particular, participants will be introduced to different data collecting strategies (interviews, documents, visual data, observations, etc.), different methods of data analysis (content analysis, ethnography, critical discourse analysis, etc.) and, they will learn how interpreting, evaluating and disseminating the findings of qualitative study. Finally, a software tool (Nvivo) for qualitative research analysis will be presented and participants will be introduced to the use of it.


Media Management and Actionable Knowledge: The Relationship between Theory and Practice

2019 Annual Conference of the European Media Management Association (emma)


Limassol, 5–7June, 2019 

Hosted by

Cyprus University of Technology (CUT), Cyprus


Deadline for abstract submission: 31 January, 2019.

Early career researcher emma conference grants available

Dear Colleagues,

We are pleased to announce the second annual Responsible Research in Management Award, a collaborative project between RRBM and IACMR. We would like to invite you to nominate recent empirical research papers or books that you have found to exemplify rigorous, credible and useful research into society and business' greatest challenges.

In our second year of this unique award, we have expanded our review process; in addition to highly accomplished scholars, we have added an additional review by senior executives at leading global companies. We are excited, through this award, to identify exemplars of research studies that build strong links between practice and academia toward better outcomes for all of society.

Please go to the RRBM<> or IACMR<> websites to view the details on the nomination criteria and process. You will also see the list of top-notch reviewers of the on these websites.

This Award allows us to identify research studies that exemplify the principles of responsible research. By building a collection of such exemplary papers, we hope that scholars will have good examples to follow. By calling attention to responsible research, we hope to institutionalize the value of being responsible in our research to both science and society.

We look forward to your nominations!

Anne S. Tsui
Co-founder, RRBM and Founding President, IACMR Neng Liang The 8th President, IACMR




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