It all began with a good note when i started writing my research paper. I wrote the background of my study, then introduction sadly now i am stuck with research gap. I have no idea about it. I want to know some key points with which i could be able to find the research gap and then can start working on it.
The topic of my research is impact of asset liability management and economic capital modelling on the profitability of Indian commercial banks.
It would be great if someone could share some links related to research gap only. I just need to know what is research gap and how to develop it.
 

asked on 07 Jul 18Lisa Hedgewell Lisa Hedgewell
3 Answers
answered on 12 Jul 18

Research gap is a research question or issue which has not been addressed in any of the existing researches. Research gap is very important as it leads you to determine your objective and aim of the study. Research gap shows that you are not copying down the existing research but you are reading them and doing a study on the aspect which the researchers have not covered in their research. lastly, it demonstrates that you have directed your study which satisfies that research gap in the writing.

Anubhav Kumar Anubhav Kumar
answered on 16 Jul 18

Your thesis should make a noteworthy, novel commitment to the field. Your thesis hypothesis should address a research gap which you recognize in the writing, a research question or issue that has not been answered in your research area of interest. This demonstrates you have created expertise in the body of information and theoretical issues in your chosen research area.

Rajshree Tamang Rajshree Tamang
answered on 16 Jul 18

There are numerous steps associated while making a case study. They are as follows:
Step 1: Focus Your Research Area
Step 2: Read many articles about your research topic.  
Step 3: Keep track of the questions you come across after reading the articles.

Yashti Iyer Yashti Iyer

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