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Intro to Research Methods

by: Adrien Osinski I

Intro to Research Methods QMB 7565

Adrien Osinski I
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Anol Bhattacherjee

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Date Created: 09/23/15
N E 4 V39 0 gt1 QMB 7565 Research Methods Week 5 Evaluating Organizational Theories Class Discussion Questions What are the key constructs and relationships in each of the following theories 0 Transaction cost theory Williamson 1981 0 Agency theory Eisenhardt 1989 o Resourcebased theory ofthe rm Barney 1991 0 Dynamic capabilities theory Teece et al 1997 What types of problem domains can be explained by each of the above theories Use your lists of constructs for transaction cost theory above to propose two hypotheses interaction effects that explains some aspect of any contractual relationship of your choice eg buyersupplier IS useroutsourcer etc What are the primary assumptions of each of the above three theories How do these assumptions help or hurt the theory s explanatory power and generalizability What are the similarities and differences between Teece et al s 1997 dynamic capabilities theory and Bamey s 1991 resourcebased theory Create a scorecard of the key characteristics of a good organizational theory based on the papers we discussed last week Use this scorecard to rate transaction cost theory agency theory and resourcebased theory Which of the above theories is best suited to address the following research areas and why 0 For accounting and finance students The efficacy of investment banks intended separation of their auditing and management consulting functions for corporate firms 0 For information systems and public health students One hospital successfully implements a patient records management system yet another hospital fails miserably at implementing the same system 0 For marketing students Channel con ict between the Internet and traditional distribution channels creating resentment in a clicksandmortar firm like Best Buy


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