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|Publisher:||Indian Institute of Management Calcutta, Kolkata|
|Series/Report no.:||Vol. 35;No. 1|
|Abstract:||Decision has traditionally published articles with a more positivist approach. I continue to invite papers with a quantitative focus. I also strongly encourage authors to make submissions that employ qualitative methods. A more substantive interpretation employing qualitative approaches to markets, organizations, economy, accounting, information technology, human resource, business strategies, policy, ethics, finance, and production processes is encouraged. In particular, I invite case studies that provide a rich description of business or societal contexts of managerial decision-making. I encourage authors to bring in different perspectives of contending stakeholders around a managerial context. Here, cases need not be confined to large businesses. I encourage case based approach in diverse contexts that can include a conflict over natural resources, legislative or policy change, socio-technical embedding of financial markets, an ethnographic understanding of relations at a workplace, or a network of informal market actors.|
|Appears in Collections:||Issue 1, January-June 2008|
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