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Experimental Designs in Business Research

"Conducting credible and trustworthy research to inform managerial decisions is arguably the primary goal of business and management research. Research design, particularly the various types of experimental designs available, are important building blocks for advancing toward this goal. ..." – By Heiko Breitsohl

Frugality in Emerging Organizations: A Psychological Perspective of Resourcefulness in Entrepreneurship Contexts

"Frugality is a heavily debated concept within philosophy, with origins that date back to ancient Greece. The original foundations of frugality and related implication for human behavior have centered on one’s material wealth and how decisions associated with one’s resources contribute to individual happiness and fulfillment (i.e., one’s well-being). ..." – By Timothy L. Michaelis, Jeffrey M. Pollack and Jon C. Carr

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