Reflections on conceptions of research methodology amongst management academics

Mark Saunders discusses the role of academics as instructors is crucial in forming students’ conceptions of research methodology, we consider differences in conceptions held by academics involved in its teaching and reflect on the associated implications. Mark NK Saunders is Professor of Business Research Methods and currently Director of Postgraduate Research Programmes.

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