Towards a methodology for developing evidence‐informed management knowledge by means of systematic review

D Tranfield, D Denyer, P Smart
British journal of management, 2003, 14 (3), 207-222

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Undertaking a review of the literature is an important part of any research project. The researcher both maps and assesses the relevant intellectual territory in order to specify a research question which will further develop the knowledge base. However, traditional ‘narrative’reviews frequently lack thoroughness, and in many cases are not undertaken as genuine pieces of investigatory science. Consequently they can lack a means for making sense of what the collection of studies is saying. These reviews can be biased by the read more

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