The Monetary and Financial Systems

The Monetary and Financial Systems International Monetary System Global Financial System Causes of integration of financial and monetary activity The evolution of monetary and financial regulations worldwide. The development of new technologies and payment systems and the use of the Internet in global financial activities. Increased global and regional interdependence of financial markets. The growing… Continue reading The Monetary and Financial Systems

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Components of Research Designs

Components of Research Designs In case study research, five components of a research design are especially important: 1. A case study’s questions; 2. Its propositions, if any; 3. Its case(s); 4. The logic linking the data to the propositions; and 5. The criteria for interpreting the findings. Study questions. This first component has already been… Continue reading Components of Research Designs

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Assignment on Study propositions

Study propositions. As for the second component, each proposition directs attention to something that should be examined within the scope of study. For instance, assume that your research, on the topic of interorganizational partnerships, began with the following question: How and why do organizations collaborate with one another to provide joint services (e.g., a manufacturer and… Continue reading Assignment on Study propositions

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Advancing Qualitative Methods

Qualitative Health Research 23(9) 1267 –1275 © The Author(s) 2013 Reprints and permissions: sagepub.com/journalsPermissions.nav DOI: 10.1177/1049732313502128 qhr.sagepub.com Advancing Qualitative Methods The use of the qualitative case study (QCS) approach by researchers has increased within health care research dur- ing the past decade (Anthony & Jack, 2009). The research conducted by Robert Yin and Robert Stake… Continue reading Advancing Qualitative Methods

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Defining the Case for a Case Study

 Defining the “Case” for a Case Study Examine Figure 2.1. Discuss each subject, which illustrates a different kind of case. Find a published case study on at least one of these subjects, indicating the specific case that was studied. Understanding that each subject involves the selection of different cases to be studied, do you think that… Continue reading Defining the Case for a Case Study

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Why access should be so important

Do you think access should be so important? In other words, the one-shot, posttest-only design as a quasi-experimental design still may be flawed, but case studies have now been recognized as something different, with their own research designs. Unfortunately, case study designs have not been codified. The following chapter therefore expands on the ground broken… Continue reading Why access should be so important

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Nonverbal Communication and Culture

Assignment 2: Nonverbal Communication and Culture Using the Argosy University online library resources and the Internet, research the differences in culture and nonverbal communication. Every culture has a different understanding of what is appropriate nonverbal communication. In the United States, eye contact is a sign of attention or respect. In other cultures, eye contact is… Continue reading Nonverbal Communication and Culture

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Stake’s and Yin’s Philosophical Assumptions

A Comparison of Stake’s and Yin’s Philosophical Assumptions. Philosophical Assumptions Constructivist Assumptions (Stake, 1995, 2005) Postpositivist Assumptions (Yin, 2003, 2009) Ontology: What is the nature of reality? Reality is subjective; subjectivity is an essential aspect of understanding. The emphasis is on holistic treatment of phenomena, with elements intricately linked. Understanding phenomena requires looking at a… Continue reading Stake’s and Yin’s Philosophical Assumptions

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