On Reporting and Interpreting Statistical Significance and P-Values in Medical Research

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On Reporting and Interpreting Statistical Significance and P Values in Medical Research March 22, 2020 By: Herman Aguinis, Matt Vassar, Cole Wayant Originally published online: November 15, 2019 INTRODUCTION Recent proposals to change the p value threshold from 0.05 to 0.005 or to retire statistical significance altogether have garnered much criticism and debate. As of […]

Actionable Recommendations for Narrowing the Science-Practice Gap in Open Science

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Actionable Recommendations for Narrowing the Science-Practice Gap in Open Science April 1, 2020 By: Herman Aguinis, George C. Banks, Steven G. Rogelberg, Wayne F. Cascio Originally published online: March 3, 2020 ABSTRACT Efforts to promote open-science practices are, to a large extent, driven by a need to reduce questionable research practices (QRPs). There is ample evidence that QRPs […]

JSBM SPECIAL ISSUE

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JSBM SPECIAL ISSUE Feb 20, 2020 Guest Editors: Prof. Roberto ParenteUniversity of Salerno Prof. Ki Chan KimCatholic University of Korea-Seoul Prof. Alex De NobleSan Diego State University Prof. Jeffrey HornsbyUMCK University BACKGROUND The UN Declaration of the Micro and Small Business (MSMEs) Day, spearheaded by the International Council for Small Business (ICSB), has been a […]

Sustainable firms and legitimacy: Corporate venture capital as an effective endorsement

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Sustainable firms and legitimacy: Corporate venture capital as an effective endorsement By Deborah de Lange & Dave Valliere | Originally published online: 22 Nov 2019 ABSTRACT This empirical study investigates the legitimizing effects of the presence of different investor types supporting entrepreneurial ventures. These effects may differ for sustainable ventures that face greater liabilities of […]

The price of a disadvantaged location: Regional variation in the price and supply of short-term credit to SMEs in the UK

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The price of a disadvantaged location: Regional variation in the price and supply of short-term credit to SMEs in the UK By Marc Cowling, Neil Lee & Elisa Ughetto | Originally published online: 19 Nov 2019 ABSTRACT Access to inexpensive short-term credit from banks is vital for many small and medium enterprises (SMEs), which face […]