hrsatishd
Hi all,
I am doing my project work on Human Resource Accounting and Balanced scorecard. I need to write up my dissertation in about 16000 words. As a part of that i intended to do a small kind of research on human resource accounting functionality and study the relation between balanced scorecard and human resource accounting. And mainly towards measuring the non financial items and finding the results towards the their returns. I have no idea how to approach towards it, methodology and empirical tests. Pls can anyone help me out from this.
Satish Darapaneni

From United Kingdom, Edinburgh
nashbramhall
1618

Dear Satish,
The best way to go about it is study what others have done in similar situations. The Research Register at Emerald: Welcome to Emerald is a useful website. Also, kindly read journal articles and write to the author(s).
Please also see my post on Research Methodology.
Have a nice day.
Simhan
A retired academic in UK

From United Kingdom
hrsatishd
Thanks for your response. I'm doing in the same way as you said even then i feel like missing something. And i m studying my masters in International Accounting And Finance in Scotland (Edinburgh). May you know this place quite well. I hope This (project) dissertation topic i have chosen will better help my career as i already done my masters in HRM in India. anyways thanks for your advice and if possible could you advice me on this methodology as i just want to do some empirical tests but couldnt able to find information.
thanks

From United Kingdom, Edinburgh
sunprincess
1

Hi every body

We can find this info by using search box in the top of website

or use term: keywords site:abc.com at Google.com. Google is everything.
Apart from that, you also ref more information at:Balanced scorecard Books
Best regards

From Vietnam, Hanoi

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