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Entrepreneurship scholars are increasingly interested in conducting work at the interface of design and science. However, a consistent methodological framework for this type of work is missing. In this paper, we therefore develop such a framework. First, three examples of entrepreneurship scholarship at the design-science interface are outlined. From these examples, we infer two key characteristics of design science (DS). For one, research outputs not only include theoretical constructs and models, but also values, principles and practices. In addition, creative design and scientific validation are complementary and equivalent research activities in DS. Whereas design and validation are legitimate research approaches in their own right, we conclude that the interaction between the two can drive the continual renewal of the entrepreneurship field and unlock the potential of an inclusive body of knowledge that is both rigorous and relevant.
- Design science
- Business model
- Design principles
- Theories of practice
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- 1 Keynote talk
Mixing oil with water: Developing theories of/for practice in management research informed by design science
A.G.L. (Sjoerd) Romme (Speaker)27 Jan 2020 → 28 Jan 2020
Activity: Talk or presentation types › Keynote talk › Scientific