Qualitative research

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Qualitative research

Traditional analysis of firm-specific prospects for future earnings. It may be based on data collected by the analysts, there is no formal quantitative framework used to generate projections.

Qualitative Research

Economic and/or market research into areas not directly related to mathematical data. Qualitative research is based on the assumption that economic actors, being human beings, are susceptible to acting on factors that may not directly correlate with facts. Qualitative research may look into management practices or brand recognition when recommending investment decisions to clients or brokers. See also: Assurance, Panic selling, Quantitative research.
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Contract notice: A qualitative study of high growth companies (high growth) in poland.
Tubal Ligation in Catholic Hospitals: A Qualitative Study of OB/GYNS' Experiences
It is a quantitative and qualitative study that goes beyond examination of the formal law to explore how Polish civil judges establish their own understanding of EU law and the requirements it has imposed upon them.
A full qualitative study was conducted on the heterogeneous society of Semporna and the results indicated that the local communities were not fully involved in tourism activities despite policies indicating the support of their participation.
Using the findings from a small qualitative study on the experiences of a culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) group of nurses enrolled in competency based assessment programs in Melbourne; this paper highlights observations of clinical decision making processes made by CALD nurses, in relation to elderly patients in particular.
In six states with a wide range of scope-of-practice laws--Arizona, Arkansas, Indiana, Maryland, Massachusetts and Michigan--the laws in and of themselves do not appear to restrict what services NPs can provide to patients, according to a new qualitative study by the Center for Studying Health System Change (HSC).
This article draws on a qualitative study of such experiences to explore ways in which fear impacted on 16 women and their babies.
The purpose of the qualitative study was to explore the lives of diplomat women in their diplomatic career in an attempt to find out and document their experience, no matter whether it was unchallenging or tough in a predominantly male field of diplomacy.
This qualitative study explores knowledge and attitudes towards abortion of health service providers, who play a critical role in determining access to and quality of services.
A qualitative study of 30 recent ObGyns found that professional obstacles can affect decisions and abilities to provide abortion services, including formal and informal employer policies and fear of alienating colleagues and co-workers.
Results of this qualitative study reveal several external protective factors that would predict academic resilience.

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