One of the challenges of writing a compelling business thesis is being able to limit the scope of inquiry. Unlike, say, the writer of a philosophy thesis, the writer of a business thesis does not profit by attempting to engage the foundations of his or her discipline. Rather, the exemplary business thesis often fills in the smaller details of larger paradigms. This is because there is more general agreement on the basic concepts of academic business theory than there might be on a subject in the humanities; it is impossible, for example, to find a business thesis in the Harvard Business Review written from the economic viewpoint of socialism. Because of the broad neoliberal consensus in this field, the scope of the business thesis does not extend to challenging the foundations of the field, which can—at times—make for relatively uninteresting theses. Thus, the most pressing challenge for the business thesis writer is to craft an engaging thesis within a limited scope of insider-tilted inquiry.