Interweaving temporal qualitative comparative analysis with necessary conditions analysis: an empirical application in the European monitoring systems context
Iannacci, F. 2014. Interweaving temporal qualitative comparative analysis with necessary conditions analysis: an empirical application in the European monitoring systems context. in: Mola, L., Pennarola, F. and Za, S. (ed.) From Information to Smart Society Switzerland Springer.
|Editors||Mola, L., Pennarola, F. and Za, S.|
There are very few empirical applications of Temporal Qualitative Comparative Analysis (TQCA). By interweaving TQCA with the necessary condition analysis stepwise procedure, I endeavour to compare instances of cheating and non-cheating practices within the European Social Fund context and unravel the multiple sequences of events leading to the outcome of interest. Implications for theory and practice are discussed by shedding a new light on the non-trivially necessary causes for both cheating and non-cheating activities.
|Book title||From Information to Smart Society|
|Place of publication||Switzerland|
|Series||Lecture Notes in Systems Information and Organisation|
|04 Mar 2014|
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|Deposited||04 Feb 2016|
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