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A new strategy for improving business research

An objective of scholarly activity is to develop subject knowledge which provides a basis for extending understanding and ultimately enhances decision making. The task of research in this setting is to develop new or question existing knowledge. Yet, despite the volume of scholarly papers appearing in academic journals each year and the intense effort expended on the tools, which facilitate these activities, new knowledge discovery is slow. This paper considers the processes used in business academia to discover new knowledge.

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