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) related to marketing. The aim of this study is to outline the importance of CSR and its possible integration in the new …
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In our paper we summarise the findings of an empirical study in which a sample of 346 journals in economics and business studies were examined. We regard both the extent and the quality of journals’ data policies, which should facilitate replications of published empirical research. The paper...
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In the beginning of 2001 Lawrence showed that Open Access (OA) papers have a citation advantage (Lawrence, 2001) over closed access articles. Since then several research studies have arrived at the same results (e.g., Archambault et al., 2015; Wang et al., 2015). According to Wang et al., (2015) OA...
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This paper aims to understand the ways bio-tech entrepreneurs interact to in their networking activities. We are specifically interested in if, and how, virtual network interactions enhance collaborative incremental innovation in supplier-customer networks. Employing a phenomenological approach,...
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This paper presents new insights into the growth of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) engaged in vertical inter-firm relationships. It adopts a processual and resource-based perspective and focuses on the experiences of fresh produce businesses which have achieved high rates of growth...
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This study constitutes an appraisal of the theory relating to Relationship Marketing (RM) and its application to … the relationship-marketing debate. Specific outcomes are determined with regard to issues of trust and mutuality and the …
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It is the dream of many would-be entrepreneurs to slide seamlessly from their pursuit of a favourite hobby into the establishment and operation of a business based on their favourite pastime. The creative industries, including arts and crafts, designer fashion, film, theatre and the performing...
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-business. The critical components; supply chain management, cost reduction, relationship marketing and adding value, all relate to …, relationship marketing and adding value, all relate to trading information for inventory and assets. The formula for doing this, a …
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Objectives The production of innovation or novelty in creative interactions is normally represented in research either as normative patterns of behaviour (being creative) or as post-hoc empirical objects (new firms, new products etc.) The structure of creative practices, i.e. what particular...
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In the digital economy, the creative industries revolve around dynamic, innovative and often unorthodox collaborations between individuals and organisations. Large, small and micro-businesses often come together for the duration of a project, then disband and form new partnerships for the next...
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