The DBA Thesis Project in Practice
Éditions EMS
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Business Science Institute

The DBA Thesis Project in Practice

Éditions EMS

Business Science Institute

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The thesis written in the course of a Doctorate of Business Administration (or
DBA) raises many questions for future DBA candidates concerning its specific
orientation, content and scope.

Given the central role of the thesis project in the process of educating DBA
candidates, who will hold a practice-oriented doctoral degree in management,
it appeared to be the perfect time to stimulate a collective reflection
process on this crucial phase of work on a doctoral thesis: the development of
the DBA thesis proposal and project.

This book is the latest in the series of publications launched in 2015 by the
Business Science Institute in partnership with the publisher EMS, with the aim
of producing a set of books that will guide the academic work of doctoral
candidates on the threshold of the scientific education process that
culminates in a DBA. The collection published in 2015, La création de
connaissance par les managers, was intended to establish the main benchmarks
for the new role managers are assuming in their practice: producer of new
scientific knowledge. Then the imposing Research Methods for the DBA
(published 2019) presented a diversified set of methodological approaches and
tools new researchers can use to conduct their DBA research.

The articles collected in this book are written mainly for candidates who need
guidance and orientation as they start to formulate their thesis research
project. Among other things, it presents the various steps in the process of
developing a detailed thesis proposal, describes the factors that ensure a
high-quality thesis project statement, and clarifies the roles and
expectations candidates must handle as they initiate their research projects.

With contributions by: Paul BEAULIEU, Pierre-Jean BENGHOZI, Marc BONNET,
Françoise CHEVALIER, L. Martin CLOUTIER, Emmanuel JOSSERAND, Michel KALIKA,
Sébastien LIARTE, Jean MOSCAROLA, Vincent MOTTET, Isabelle WALSH.
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