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Research Methods in IR/HR, Research Project in IR/HR, and Data Analytics & Metrics (IRE 2002/2003/2004)

This subject guide is meant to assist students, particularly those enrolled in IRE 2002, IRE 2003 & IRE 2004, with research papers and assignments.

Welcome to IRE 2002/2003/2004 - Research Methods and Projects in IR/HR, Data Analytics & Metrics

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IRE2002 is designed to teach students to understand, interpret, and conduct research in industrial relations/human resources. The focus is on the whole of the research process beginning with how problems and theory are converted into research ideas and questions and ending with a research paper. Students learn how to develop research questions and hypotheses, design and conduct research using a number of research methods, develop measures that are reliable and valid, analyze data, and critically evaluate research and to become better and more informed consumers of research.

Faculty/Instructors:

IRE 2002 (Research Methods in IR/HR) - Bradley Seward

IRE 2003 (Research Project in IR/HR) - Alan Saks

IRE 2004 (Data Analyitics & Metrics for IR/HR) - Greg Distelhorst