Find out which fields of business research present most opportunities, according to course leaders. We need new research and new models. Globalization, technological change, environmental concerns, social and political upheaval, the financial crisis of the end of last decade, and rising business school enrolments are all driving demand for business PhDs and DBAs across a spectrum of diverse, though interconnected topics.
Here, course leaders identify five of the most in-demand areas of business research. Rapid and continuing change. Recent years have seen a growth in the number of MBAs in social entrepreneurship — and there are also opportunities in this field for PhD and DBA candidates. Social, economic and attitudinal change. Finally, accounting and finance remain high-demand areas.
As well as highlighting the link between accounting and accountability, Symon also predicts growing demand for models of accounting for intangible assets. In addition to the broader pressures of social and economic change, increased enrolments in higher level business school programs. Download Citation If you have the appropriate software installed, you can download article citation data to the citation manager of your choice. Research Methodology in Strategic Management.
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