studies, the researcher uses standardized questionnaires or experiments to collect numeric data.
"The government should be cautious about quantitative
easing and should carefully determine if ailing businesses have long-term growth potential and industrial competitive edges," the analyst stressed.
Qualitative methods can fill in the blanks and provide meaning and context to quantitative
The authors have written this book in a short and concise way to cover all the relevant quantitative
methods and it also serves as a quick handbook for the business decision makers.
Qualitative methods in such settings could be used to generate the baseline information and identify the research problem which could be testified by employing quantitative
Another German industry hard hit by Bundesbank stalling on quantitative
easing was German insurance companies and pension funds.
You mentioned the nationwide quantitative
survey on consumer coping behavior.
"We are now excited to redefine the quantitative
proteomics market in collaboration with the MacCoss Lab and their outstanding software.
With regard to replacing the descriptive evaluation by the quantitative
evaluation in elementary level, the new approaches of educational system to use this evaluation, despite the results of few studies done in this field and the theoretical principles in descriptive evaluation, it is essential to compare the results of these two systems to determine if there is difference between the achievement of fifth grade students included the descriptive evaluation and the students included the quantitative
evaluation in the course of experimental sciences regarding the changes in the kind of evaluation.
Accurate and thoughtful data and research techniques are sorely needed, as much of the public and privately funded grants and policydriven agendas rely overwhelmingly on quantitative
data that, at times, improperly depict the lived experiences in diasporic communities.
Education researchers O'Dwyer (Boston College) and Bernauer (Robert Morris U., Pittsburgh) introduce quantitative
research methods in the social sciences and education, particularly to people who have been trained in or are currently using qualitative methods.
While these innovations have been successful for increasing conceptual knowledge, student performance on quantitative
problem-solving often remains the same (Valiotis 2008).