empirical research

NOUN
  1. an empirical search for knowledge
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How To Use empirical research In A Sentence

  • Although he may merely have "divined" or "intuited" this judgment without sufficient empirical research, as Wills (quoting James Bryce) maintains, the acuity of his intuition deserves recognition. Tocqueville's Heart
  • The theory has been borne out by empirical research. Times, Sunday Times
  • Through empirical research, the paper gets the conclusion that the speculation is a main reason to IPO Under-pricing.
  • In terms of government legislation, empirical research has indicated that a consensual model is indeed more applicable.
  • This question had long puzzled both theorists and empirical researchers. Competing in a Global Economy
  • While this model is based on empirical research, it is of course only one of a number of alternative formulations. Educational Psychology in a Changing World
  • In doing so I will be making frequent reference to the empirical research findings of criminologists working mostly in the positivist tradition.
  • The empirical research on this issue tends to confirm that relative wage differentials affect labour migration. Competing in a Global Economy
  • While this model is based on empirical research, it is of course only one of a number of alternative formulations. Educational Psychology in a Changing World
  • Given these contradictory insights from the literature, the issue of deviant behaviour and informal social control in peer - to - peer networks needs more empirical research.
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