Frankfurt School of Finance and Management

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  • White Papers // Jun 2012

    Generalization in Qualitative is Research Approaches and Their Application to a Case Study on SOA Development

    In qualitative information systems research, little methodological support has been provided so far for the generalization from empirical data. Generalizability, however, is a major concern in this field. It has been subject to a number of publications in recent years, but commonly accepted conceptualizations of generalizability and methodological guidance for...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Foreign Banks And Financial Stability In Emerging Markets: Evidence From The Global Financial Crisis

    Foreign banks have increased their market share in many emerging markets since the mid- 1990s. The authors examine whether this contributed to financial stability in the respective host countries in the global financial crisis. Their results suggest that the stabilizing impact of foreign banks was limited to the cross-border component...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Health Care Rationing And Distributive Justice

    The rapid progress in medical technology makes it unavoidable to ration health care. In the discussion how to ration many people claim that principles of justice in distributing scarce resources should be applied. In this paper, the authors argue that medical resources are not scarce as such but scarcity is...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Health Care Rationing And Distributive Justice

    The rapid progress in medical technology makes it unavoidable to ration health care. In the discussion how to ration many people claim that principles of justice in distributing scarce resources should be applied. In this paper, the authors argue that medical resources are not scarce as such but scarcity is...

    Provided By Frankfurt School of Finance and Management

  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Foreign Banks And Financial Stability In Emerging Markets: Evidence From The Global Financial Crisis

    Foreign banks have increased their market share in many emerging markets since the mid- 1990s. The authors examine whether this contributed to financial stability in the respective host countries in the global financial crisis. Their results suggest that the stabilizing impact of foreign banks was limited to the cross-border component...

    Provided By Frankfurt School of Finance and Management

  • White Papers // Jun 2012

    Generalization in Qualitative is Research Approaches and Their Application to a Case Study on SOA Development

    In qualitative information systems research, little methodological support has been provided so far for the generalization from empirical data. Generalizability, however, is a major concern in this field. It has been subject to a number of publications in recent years, but commonly accepted conceptualizations of generalizability and methodological guidance for...

    Provided By Frankfurt School of Finance and Management