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This paper provides an overview of qualitative research to encourage finance researchers to apply a more diverse approach to current research practices. Social science researchers recognize that research questions should determine what research paradigm is best for each study.
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Qualitative Research in Financial Markets provides an international, peer-reviewed forum to explore the burgeoning research activity in finance that uses qualitative methods. It is intended that the focus on employment of qualitative analysis will render the journal more accessible to finance practitioners than many traditional quantitative-based finance . Quantitative and qualitative research in finance 1 What is qualitative research? While it has become common to distinguish between qualitative and quantitative approaches, some researchers argue the need for combining these two types of method, and there are those who challenge the distinction itself.
Modern qualitative research has become more formal and credible, with practices that an empirical finance academic would struggle to comply with – to wit the case of the finance academic keeping a record of every variable they used and then discarded in . Research limitations/implications This study highlights the value of qualitative studies in finance research, by providing a deeper insight into the management of firm financial flexibility, under blockholder ownership.