We extend a ‘Cead Mile failte’ (One hundred thousand welcomes) to you to the 16th European Conference on Research Methods in Business and Management at the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) in Dublin, Ireland on 22 – 23 June, 2017.
The European Conference on Research Methodology for Business and Management Studies was established 15 years ago. This event has been held in countries across Europe, including England, France, Malta, Portugal, Spain to mention only a few of the countries who have hosted it. The conference is generally attended by participants from more than 25 countries. The Electronic Journal of Business Research Methods publishes a special edition of the best papers presented at this conference.
The ECRM 2017 conference will bring together researchers from a range of disciplines and sectors to share expertise and novel approaches in business and management research methods. The focus of the conference this year is the research issues and advancements in the networked society with an overall theme of Reframing Research Methodology in the Networked World.
ECRM is interested in contributions on the subject of research methods used in business and management research. The main focus of the paper should be on the research method.
- Research methods and technology
- Projective techniques
- Scales development and constructs measurement
- Survey Research Quality
- Theoretical and empirical research
- Evaluation research
- Design-oriented research
- Developing research proposals
- Getting academic papers accepted by journals
- Research design and triangulation
- Concept verification
- Theory development
- Research protocols
- Research supervision
- Research questions
- Research ethics
- Codes of conduct
- Data structuring
- Replication logic
- Experimental procedures
- Conjoint analysis, cluster analysis and segmentation · Mutual research designs
- The role of Paradigms in business and IS research
- Interpretative theory
- Focus groups
- Researcher roles
- Intercultural research
- Case study research method
- Delphi method
- Computer modelling and simulation;
- Action research
- Visual methodologies
- Relativist approaches to qualitative research
- Reflective practice
- Ethnography and the Risky Workplace
- Confidentiality and ethics
- Ethnicity; Privacy.
Papers accepted for the ECRM will be published in the conference proceedings, subject to author registration and payment. The conference proceedings have an ISSN ( 2049 – 0968) and will be assigned an ISBN on publication.
Papers that have been presented at the Conference will be considered for further development and publication in the following journals:
- Electronic Journal of Business Research Methods (ISSN: 1477-029) (now indexed by Scopus).
- International Journal of Systems and Society (IJSS), published by IGI-Global, ISSN: 2327 – 3984.