Field Experiments in Routine Dynamics
AuthorBapuji, H; Hora, M; Li, H
EditorD’Adderio, L; Dittrich, K; Feldman, M; Pentland, B; Rerup, C; Seidl, D
Source TitleCambridge Handbook of Routine Dynamics
PublisherCambridge University Press
University of Melbourne Author/sBapuji, Hari
AffiliationManagement and Marketing
CitationsBapuji, H., Hora, M. & Li, H. (2021). Field Experiments in Routine Dynamics. D’Adderio, L (Ed.). Dittrich, K (Ed.). Feldman, M (Ed.). Pentland, B (Ed.). Rerup, C (Ed.). Seidl, D (Ed.). Cambridge Handbook of Routine Dynamics, (Forthcoming), Cambridge University Press.
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Experimental approaches are gaining in popularity across disciplines, ranging from behavioral sciences to economics. In this chapter, we discuss the advantages and disadvantages of field experiments and review their use by scholars to study routine dynamics. Based on these, we suggest that field experiments hold further promise to study routines given their potential to develop and test theory, while achieving internal and external validity. To further the adoption of field experiments to study routines, we outline a five-step procedure, including research questions and hypotheses, context and research setting, treatment and design, measurement and statistical tests, and managing field experiments. We conclude by discussing potential research questions and contexts suitable for field experiments.
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