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Les formations proposées ci-dessous sont issues d'un partenariat avec l'école doctorale Augustin Cournot (ED 221) de l'Unistra.

Chaque formation peut faire l'objet d'une validation au titre de la formation doctorale.

Analyse économique du droit

Conférence n°1 : Mme Myriam DUBAN, Professeur à l'Université de Lorraine : "L'analyse économique du droit - Éléments de méthode et illustrations" (27 mars 2017)

Conférence n°2 : M. Arnaud RAYNOUARD, Professeur à l'Université Paris Dauphine : "L'analyse économique du droit : le point de vue du juriste" (5 mai 2017)

Programme annuel de formation - École doctorale Augustin Cournot (Unistra)

Formation supplémentaire - Qualitative Management Research

Augustin Cournot Doctoral - FSEG lectures on 16th February 2017 at 10:30-12; 2-3:30, 4-5:30 and 17th February 2017 10:30-12.

Instructor: Professor Marcus Wagner (Augsburg University)

Public: The course - in english -  is open to all PhD students and Researchers.  Please register with Danielle Génevé if interested, not later than Friday, 3 February (geneve@unistra.fr)

Place : Room Ehud number 104, 1st floor
Faculty of economics and management
61, avenue de la Forêt Noire
67000 Strasbourg

Contents: The course gives an introduction to qualitative research methods and illustrates this with examples from management research. It initially introduces different types of qualitative research and their contextualization in the philosophy of science. Subsequently, students will be introduced to important aspects of the process of doing qualitative research in terms of research design and execution, again with applications to work in business administration. After this, hands-on sessions will follow where the course introduces students to specific software that supports qualitative research (using Nvivo for life illustrations) and where own research plans or projects of the students can be presented and discussed for feedback. The course closes with a final session on overarching issues such as the specificities of publishing qualitative research and ways how to link it to other types of analyses, especially quantitative data.

More specifically, topics include:

  • -        Types of qualitative research (inductive, positivist, grounded theory, case studies, semi-structured interviews, …)
  • -        Collection and handling of qualitative data
  • -        Hands-on introduction into Nvivo (common software program)
  • -        Assembly and analysis of qualitative data (multiple sources, coding, qualitative content analysis …)
  • -        Transforming qualitative into quantitative studies
  • -        Linking qualitative and quantitative analyses

All topics and steps will be illustrated with examples, partly from the lecturer’s own research to be as illustrative and close to real application as possible.

Introductory literature

Ellinger, A. D., Watkins, K. E. and Marsick, V. J. 2005. Case Study Research Methods. In A. Swanson and E. F. Holton, Research in Organizations - Foundations and Methods of Inquiry, 327-350. San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler Publishers.

Henkel, J. Rønde, T. & Wagner, M. 2015. And the Winner is – Acquired. Entrepreneurship as a Contest yielding Radical Innovations, Research Policy, 44, 295-310.

Ruola, E. W. 2005. Analyzing Qualitative Data. In A. Swanson and E. F. Holton, Research in Organizations - Foundations and Methods of Inquiry, 233-263. San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler Publishers.

Wagner, M. & Llerena, P. 2011. Eco-innovation through integration, regulation and cooperation: Comparative insights from case studies in three manufacturing sectors, Industry & Innovation, 8(18), 747-764.