Journal or Book Title
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice
The growing body of empirical entrepreneurship studies and the advent of meta-analytic methodologies create new opportunities to develop evidence-based management practices. To support research on evidence-based practices, empirical studies should report meta-analysis relevant information, such as standardized effect-size measures and their confidence intervals. The corresponding changes in reporting practices are simple and straight-forward – yet, they promise strong contributions to the systematic accumulation of entrepreneurship knowledge over time.
Schwab, Andreas, "Why All Researchers Should Report Effect Sizes and their Confidence Intervals: Paving the Way for Meta-Analysis and Evidence-Based Management Practices" (2015). Management Publications. 18.