Use Research Questions to focus: Research Tips

A research question is a clear, focused, concise and arguable question around which you center your research project. You should ask a question about an issue that you are genuinely curious about. For example, What impact (if any) will a $100 increase have on customers willingness to purchase my product?

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Good Research Questions bring focus
Research questions help decision makers focus their inquiry by providing a clear framework within which the research project will be executed. The specificity of a well-developed research question will go a far way in clarifying the scope of the research project to all stakeholders.

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