Research Methodologies for Management Sciences & Interdisciplinary Research in Contemporary World
The charismatic trend attributed in the domain of interdisciplinary research and management sciences has resulted in the notable increase of research activities in these fields. The manifesto of this paper is to identify the major research methodologies in the management sciences in the contemporary world and specifically in Asian academic space. Based upon the research findings, this paper categorically presents the specific categories of research classification with empirical evidence and further explains various new trends in contemporary scientific publications in context to management sciences and interdisciplinary research.
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