Empirics of Organizations
Seminar Empirics of Organizations
This course is targeted at both Master of Science and Master of Business Research students with an interest in organization topics, especially with an empirical approach. It aims to provide them with insights on organization design and strategic organization research. After lecture sessions on the process of research with a special emphasis on empirical organizational topics, students will work on a research proposal for a research project.
The course has three goals in the broad field of empirical organizations. First, students will learn to critically read academic papers, enabling them to assess causal arguments. Second, they will learn how to develop research questions and how to make a contribution. Finally, they will learn how to develop a sound research design that helps them to rigorously answer their research questions. We expect the course to be useful as a preparation for a master thesis or a PhD paper in the field of organization and even its intersections with Innovation or Strategy research.
This course is limited to Master of Science and Master of Business Research students. To apply, please send a CV and a recent transcript to Pooyan Khashabi (email@example.com) by 16.10.2018. We will send you an e-mail with confirmation of participation by 22.10.2018. The number of participants is limited to 12.
- Course is in English
|Dates||Monday, 05.11.2018, 09.00 – 10:00: Kick-off Session: Introducing the instructors; What is this seminar about?
Monday, 12.11.2018, 09.00 - 12.00: Finding a good research question and writing a compelling introduction in Empirics of Organizations Research
Monday, 19.11.2018, 09.00 - 12.00: Theory building and reporting in Empirics of Organizations Research
Monday, 17.12.2018, 09.00 - 12.00: Student Presentations and informal feedback
Friday, 25.01.2018, 12.00: Deadline for handing in Research Proposal
|Location||Kaulbachstr. 45, Room 202 (ISTO Library)|
|Credits||6 ECTS in module WP4|
|Examination||Research proposal (24.000 characters or 12 pages)|