Skip to content
NEO Workshop

THESIS SEMINAR I - RESEARCH METHODS - BUS698 Fall 2019


Course
Peter Bolcha
For information about registration please contact our admissions.

The primary aim of this course is to introduce students to the quantitative as well as qualitative research methods used most frequently by scholars. Basic knowledge of these methodological approaches is absolutely critical to the comprehension of academic publications, the evaluation of empirical studies and the design of own academic or corporate research projects. Students will be guided trough all phases of research project

The primary aim of this course is to introduce students to the quantitative as well as qualitative research methods used most frequently by scholars. Basic knowledge of these methodological approaches is absolutely critical to the comprehension of academic publications, the evaluation of empirical studies and the design of own academic or corporate research projects. Students will be guided trough all phases of research project – from creation of research question to the interpretation of results.

Here is the course outline:

1. Introduction to the process of research

Sep 23

Introduction to the process of research

2. Research question and hypothesis

Research question and hypothesis

3. Literature review

Literature review

4. Obtaining data for research

Obtaining data for research

5. Preliminary Data analysis and data presentation

Preliminary Data analysis and data presentation

6. Surveys and Questionnaires

Surveys and Questionnaires

7. Case study and cost-benefit analysis

Case study and cost-benefit analysis

8. Experiments

Experiments

9. Confidence intervals and hypothesis testing

confidence intervals and hypothesis testing

10. Regression analysis

Regression analysis

11. Benchmarking and Difference in differences

12. Structure of paper and presentations

13. Presentation

Presentation

Back to top