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15 September 2014

Summer School : Capri II Edition

  • When: 15/09/2014 - 19/09/2014
  • Where: Capri, Italy

The 2014 AIDEA Capri Summer School provided the participants the opportunity to learn about various qualitative methods in social science, with an overview of principles and practices. By the end of the School, participants have deepened and broadened their understanding of the relevance, challenges and implications of applying various qualitative methods. Highly experienced scholars (Hugh Willmott - Cardiff Business School (chair), Emma Bell - Keele University, Marie-Laure Djelic - ESSEC Business School, Roberto Di Pietra - Universiy of Siena, Gazi Islam - Grenoble Ecole de Management, Afshin Mehrpouya - HEC Paris, Mike Wallace - Cardiff Business School (chair) and Richard Weiskopf - Innsbruck University)guided them throughout the School and provided feedback on their research projects, compose the Faculty of the 2014 AIDEA Summer Schools. They helped to develop a critical attitude towards research design, understanding the potential contributions of diverse methods to participants’ research projects.

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