TOC: J Purchasing Supply Man


Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management, 13(3)

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Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management 

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Whatever the method, it needs to be well-defined, well-argued, and well-executed
Chris Snijders and Bart Vos [Publisher] [Google Scholar]


Case research in purchasing and supply management: Opportunities and challenges
Anna Dubois and Luis Araujo [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

E-procurement adoption by European firms: A quantitative analysis
Ronald Batenburg [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Notes and Debates

Quantitative versus qualitative: Putting the question in the right perspective
Emilio Bartezzaghi [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

With a little help from your friends (and neighbors): A potentially faster way to accumulate knowledge in the field of purchasing and supply
Frits Tazelaar [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Could your research be more interesting? Expanding the debate on qualitative vs. quantitative research
Damien McLoughlin [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The dangers of methodological extremism
John Ramsay [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

On the need for fostering academic community rather than academic methodology in purchasing and supply chain management
Arjan van Weele [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

To quantify or to qualify: That’s not the question
Jan Dul and Tony Hak [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Case study research: Some other applications besides theory building
Ferdinand Jaspers [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Qualitative and quantitative international research: The issue of overlooking alternative explanations
Alain De Beuckelaer and Stephan M. Wagner [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Presenting qualitative research: Convincing through illustrating the analysis process
Pär Åhlström [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Method paradigms in purchasing and supply management: Analogizing from the (old) debate in management and marketing
Paul Matthyssens [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The winding road ahead: A reply
Anna Dubois and Luis Araujo [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

An open mind is a research joy forever: A reply
Ronald Batenburg [Publisher] [Google Scholar]