Design and Conduct of Research in Tax, Law and Accounting provides a comprehensive guide to the design and conduct of robust social research in a range of business contexts including tax, law and accounting. This book addresses not only the theoretical underpinnings of research, and how they shape methodological choices and design, but also the practicalities of writing, conducting, analysing and reporting. The book's focus is on assisting researchers to make sound choices in order to effectively address their research objective, as poorly designed research can lead to insupportable arguments and misinformed claims. With a style that stimulates critical thinking and reflection this book facilitates the identification of skills that are needed, and how best to acquire and employ them. It is particularly useful where researchers need to bridge new disciplines of knowledge. Design and Conduct of Research in Tax, Law and Accounting is an essential acquisition for all postgraduate, academic and professional researchers. We spoke to Margaret McKerchar to find out why she decided to write Design & Conduct and how it will help those in the field ofÂ research. Read the Q & A here.Note: Inspection copies are not available for this text.