Publications

Journal articles

Hoorani B.H., Nair L.B., Gibbert M. (2019). Designing for impact: The effect of rigor and case study design on citations of qualitative case studies in managementScientometrics, 121 (1): 285-306.

Nair L.B., Diochon, P.F., Lassu, R.A., Tilleman S.G. (2018). Let’s perform and paint! The role of creative mediums in enhancing management research representation, Journal of Management Inquiry, 27 (3): 301-308.

Nair L.B., Gibbert M. (2016). Analyzing inconsistent cases in management fsQCA studies: A methodological manifesto, Journal of Business Research, 69 (4): 1464-1470.

Nair L.B., Gibbert M. (2016). What makes a ‘good’ title and (how) does it matter for citations? A review and general model of article title attributes in management science, Scientometrics, 107 (3): 1331-1359.

Other journal publications

Nair L.B. (2018). (Is there a) middle ground?, 55-word flash fiction, Qualitative Research in Psychology, 15 (2-3): 270-270. DOI: 10.1080/14780887.2018.1462602.

Nair L.B. (2018). No downside, 55-word flash fiction, Qualitative Research in Psychology, 15 (2-3): 270-270. DOI: 10.1080/14780887.2018.1462602.

Nair L.B. (2018). The ethnographer, 55-word flash fiction, Qualitative Research in Psychology, 15 (2-3): 271-271. DOI: 10.1080/14780887.2018.1462602.

Nair, L.B. (2017). Re: Assessing quality in qualitative research, The BMJ (British Medical Journal), 2000;320:50. Retrieved from http://www.bmj.com/content/320/7226/50.1/rr.

Nair, L.B. (2017). Re: Critical reflections on the rise of qualitative research, The BMJ (British Medical Journal), b3425rr. Retrieved from http://www.bmj.com/content/339/bmj.b3425/rr.

Nair, L.B. (2017). Re: Critically appraising qualitative research, The BMJ (British Medical Journal), a1035rr. Retrieved from http://www.bmj.com/content/337/bmj.a1035/rr.

Nair L.B. (2017). Conference Report: Scientific Integrity in Qualitative Research (SCIQUAL) Seminar 2017, Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 19 (1): Art. 9.

Books

Valikangas L., Gibbert M., Nair L.B., Paukku M., Peixoto I. (2015). Strategic Innovation. The definitive guide to outlier strategies. Pearson-Financial Times Press.

Self-authored chapters in the book (total number: 10)

  • Biocurious: The curious case of crowd-sourced science, 124-131.
  • Gengo: Winning in translation through crowdsourcing, 140-148.
  • Kaggle: Getting quant brains to play data games, 158-170.
  • Organovo: Leaving 3D bioprints for others to follow, 198-205.
  • Outliers from a theoretical and methodological perspective, 17-30.
  • Robin Hood: The merry adventures of an asset management cooperative, 217-223.
  • Scoopshot: Pulling the scoop on the trendy photo crowdsourcing platform, 69-76.
  • Spire: Launching crowdfunding beyond earth, 189-198.
  • Taskrabbit: Hop online and pull a rabbit out of your service network, 131-140.
  • ZenRobotics: Riveting robots to reduce and recycle, 124-131.

Book chapters

Nair L.B. (2019). Beyond fiction and science: Using stories, movies, and games to teach qualitative research. In Innovation in the Teaching of Research Methodology Excellence Awards: An Anthology of Case Histories 2019 (pp. 15-26). United Kingdom: Academic Conferences and Publishing International. ISBN: 978-1-912764-26-6.

Case studies (peer reviewed)

Nair L.B. (Forthcoming).“Mischief unmanaged”: Approaching ethics in qualitative business and management research with Harry Potter, Sage Business Cases.

Nair L.B. (Forthcoming). What is Her Story?: Investigating sexual harassment in the modern workplace, Sage Business Cases.

Nair L.B. (2018). Appraising scholarly impact using Directed Qualitative Content Analysis: A study of article title attributes in management research, SAGE Research Methods Cases, 10.4135/9781526444141.

Conference proceedings

Weiss M., Nair L.B., Gibbert M., & Koepplin H. (2015). What passes as a transparent field study in management?, Academy of Management Proceedings, 2015 (1): 10236.

Other academic publications

Nair L.B. (2018). “Interdisciplinary, like everyone else.” But are you being interdisciplinary for the wrong reasons? LSE Impact Blog, 08 November 2018.

 

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