Exploring the “Gap” Between Management Scholarship and Practice

The existence of a “gap” between management scholarship and management practice is taken for granted these days, so much so that what this gap actually signifies is often not attended to at all. Not only has it remained present to management scholars for more than fifty years, if the frequency with which academics have been writing about the gap is any indication, it is becoming more salient. How should we think about the “gap”?

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Free Webinar: Using and Developing Software in Social Science/Humanities Research

Join Dr. Daniela Duca for a free webinar tomorrow, December 5! Dr. Duca, Product Manager for SAGE Ocean, discusses findings from a year of exploring the different software and technologies used by social science researchers for a variety of purposes, like surveying, text annotation, online experiments, transcription, text mining, and tools for social media research. […]

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Census Bureau Seeks Feedback on Privacy System

The digital age demands constant vigilance to combat threats that come along with technological advancements, and in that vein the U.S. Census Bureau is implementing a new disclosure avoidance system for data stewardship. Statistical safeguards — referred by the Census Bureau as “disclosure avoidance” — aim to prevent tracing personal information to a specific individual. […]

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