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What about books in the evaluation process

Abstract : What is the role of books or monographs and of their evaluation as scientific production in the field of management? Can a published book by a researcher in management be considered to be a scholarly production or even a scientific publication? If yes, under which conditions, to what extent and how? Raising the question of the legitimacy of management books as scientific production in their own right, we also inquire into the wider issue of the means of evaluation and their impact on research -for certain productions are discouraged (field research for example) while others are wholly encouraged ( questionnaire surveys and databases analysis for example) by the privileged format of publication.
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Julienne Adonajlo Brabet, Thomas Durand. What about books in the evaluation process. Dameron, Stéphanie, and Thomas Durand, eds. Redesigning management education and research: Challenging proposals from European scholars. Edward Elgar Publishing, 2011., 2011, 978 0 85793 358 4. ⟨hal-01532440⟩



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