MGMT 905 Macro Management Research Methods
This course is designed to develop in students an ability to analyze research reports critically and to provide skills in designing, performing, and reporting original Management research. Data preparation methodologies include sample bias corrections and missing data treatments. The course also covers practical application of what are typically considered to be "macro" research methods such as endogeneity treatments, panel data analysis, advanced linear models like logit, probit and binomial regression, and basic econometrics, and so forth to Management research topics. Students prepare and defend an original research proposal as part of this course. Recommended to be taken early in the program for Human Resource Management, Organizational Behavior, and Strategic Management doctoral students. Prerequisite: Admission to the Doctoral Program or graduate standing and permission of the instructor.