Computational Modeling for What-Is, What-Might-Be,and What-Should-Be Studies—And Triangulation

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  • Richard M. Burton, Duke University, United States
  • Børge Obel
In this essay, we examine what-is, what-might-be, and what-should-be computational models where the purpose is to explore new concepts, ideas, boundaries, and limitations going beyond what we know at the moment. Computational models complement well with other approaches: ethnographies, field studies, human subject lab studies, and surveys in novel triangulations. Triangulation of two or more complementary approaches permits us to broaden and deepen our understanding and insights.
Original languageEnglish
JournalOrganization Science
Volume22
Issue5
Pages (from-to)1195-1202
ISSN1047-7039
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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