We have identified an interesting and important research question, developed theory and concepts, decided on a goal and matching research strategy, and we have selected cases and the variables to observe. The preceding chapters should have prepared you well for all these tasks. Imagine now that the research is complete: the data have been gathered and meticulously analysed, the inferences have been made, and the conclusions have been drawn. What now?
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