Global business perspectives

How to be a smart consumer of social science research

by HBR

August 10, 2018 | 3:49 pm
  |     |     |   Start Conversation

Academic studies in the social sciences often find very different results. For one, chance errors could affect a study’s results. Researchers may also consciously or subconsciously bias their results. All these sources of variability have led to fears of a “replication crisis” in psychology and other social sciences relevant to business. Given this variability, how…

login to view this content or Register here
Tags:

by HBR

August 10, 2018 | 3:49 pm
  |     |     |   Start Conversation

Big Read |  

Analysis

Issues as National Assembly fails to reconvene

The shelving of the much-anticipated emergency sitting of the National Assembly over consideration of the N242 billion 2019 election budget...


Top 100 (300 x250)

BRIU

WSE

Election Banner