A practical approach on making use of case study research in economics
This paper is assessing the intake that case study as a research strategy drives forward research in economics area. Development in research in economics field in the last decade together with the growth of information and communication technologies led to an internationalization of education. The first section of the paper defines and compares different types of case study research with other research strategies. The next two sections of the paper are of applicative nature: one of them explains how to build a case study research holistic design that can be used for researching on the dynamics of population migration phenomenon and the other explains how a case study embedded design is used to build a framework guiding decision making on software procurement.
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