FAQ dissertation - FORTY QUESTIONS OFTEN ASKED AT THE PHD...

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FORTY QUESTIONS OFTEN ASKED AT THE PHD PROPOSAL DEFENSE 1. What is the research problem? What phenomenon are you trying to explain/understand? 2. What is happening "out there" (in the business world) that makes your research worthwhile? What practical problems are you trying to solve? 3. What contribution do you expect to make from this research? What theoretical gaps are you trying to fill? 4. What are your research questions? Would answers to these research questions provide answers to your research problem? 5. What are your research objectives? Have you stated them clearly? Can you achieve the understanding of your research problem through these objectives? 6. Have you defined the important terms used in your proposal? Whose definitions are you using? Why? 7. Is this subject of current interest? Why? 8. Have you collected and reviewed enough literature? Have you been exhaustive in your literature search? 9.
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This note was uploaded on 03/08/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Meonk during the Spring '11 term at Abu Dhabi University.

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FAQ dissertation - FORTY QUESTIONS OFTEN ASKED AT THE PHD...

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