Using Case Studies in Research

@inproceedings{Rowley2002UsingCS,
  title={Using Case Studies in Research},
  author={Jennifer Rowley},
  year={2002}
}
Case study as a research strategy often emerges as an obvious option for students and other new researchers who are seeking to undertake a modest scale research project based on their workplace or the comparison of a limited number of organisations. The most challenging aspect of the application of case study research in this context is to lift the investigation from a descriptive account of ‘what happens’ to a piece of research that can lay claim to being a worthwhile, if modest addition to… CONTINUE READING
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