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Misunderstandings and Learnings from Case Study Research

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Paper

Five Misunderstandings About Case-Study Research
Year: 
2006

Case study’s can give valuable insights for the researcher, but there are many preconceptions about this research methodology, like being too subjective or having a too small sample size to deduce any relevant information.This is also how Flyvbjerg (2006) starts his paper on the “Five Misunderstandings About Case-Study Research“.
He therefore claims the following misunderstandings:

    Conferences 2010 in Numbers

    Overall there will be nine major conferences in 2010 with a Call for Papers. So I did a analysis of the topics mentioned there, I did not include general conference slogans.

    On average every Call for Papers includes 17,7 topics, ranging from 11 (CSCMP Europe 2010) up to 32 (8th International Heinz Nixdorf Symposium).After aggregation of those 159 topics into 26 themes, it results in the following ranking.

    Supply Chain Conferences 2010

    Update: For all the conferences of 2012 please have a look at Supply Chain Conferences 2012