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3 rue de la Digue 59000 Lille France
Lille, France
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Université Lille3, Domaine universitaire du "Pont de bois", BP 60149, Villeneuve d'Ascq Cedex
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  1. Ruben Chumpitaz & Kristiaan Kerstens & Nicholas Paparoidamis & Matthias Staat, 2010. "Comparing Efficiency Across Markets: An Extension and Critique of the Zhang and Bartels (1998) Methodology," Working Papers 2010-ECO-01, IESEG School of Management.
  2. R. Chumpitaz & K. Kerstens & N. Paparoidamis & M. Staat, 2010. "Hedonic price function estimation in economics and marketing : revisiting lancaster's issue of "noncombinable" goods," Post-Print halshs-00473166, HAL.
  3. R. Chumpitaz & N. Paparoidamis, 2009. "Services marketing: an overview and relational approach of the B2B setting," Post-Print hal-00780062, HAL.
  4. N. Paparoidamis & P. Guenzi, 2009. "An empirical investigation into the impact of relationship selling and LMX on salespeople's behaviours and sales effectiveness," Post-Print hal-00325582, HAL.
  5. R. Chumpitaz & N. Paparoidamis & V. Swaen, 2008. "Quality, Satisfaction, and Business Loyalty: A Multicultural Study," Post-Print hal-00256523, HAL.
  6. R. Chumpitaz & N. Paparoidamis, 2007. "Service quality, relationship satisfaction, trust, commitment, and business-to-business loyalty," Post-Print hal-00199063, HAL.
  7. N. Paparoidamis & R. Chumpitaz, 2007. "Sales managers' learning orientation and salespeople's goal orientation: the impact on organisational performance," Post-Print hal-00256793, HAL.
  8. J. Tähtinen & N. Paparoidamis & R. Chumpitaz, 2007. "Business Relationship Recovery – A Process Model," Post-Print hal-00256804, HAL.
  9. N. Paparoidamis & K. Kerstens & R. Chumpitaz, 2006. "Measuring Market Efficiency Revisited," Post-Print hal-00256798, HAL.
  10. R. Chumpitaz & K. Kerstens & N. Paparoidamis, 2006. "Performancemessung im Marketing - Von ein- zu multidimensionalen und von Durchschnitts- zu Frontierkonzepten," Post-Print hal-00252144, HAL.
  11. R. Chumpitaz & K. Kerstens & N. Paparoidamis & M. Staat, 2006. "Measuring market efficiency revisited: How to make comparisons across markets?," Post-Print hal-00256255, HAL.
  12. R. Chumpitaz & N. Paparoidamis & Ch. Chung, 2006. "The impact of service quality, relationship satisfaction, trust and commitment on loyalty: an empirical investigation in a business-to-business services context," Post-Print hal-00256474, HAL.
  13. R. Chumpitaz & K. Kerstens & N. Paparoidamis & M. Staat, 2006. "Hedonic price function estimation in economic and marketing," Post-Print hal-00256252, HAL.
  14. N. Paparoidamis, 2005. "Learning orientation and leadership quality," Post-Print hal-00255814, HAL.
  15. R. Chumpitaz & N. Paparoidamis, 2005. "Formulating loyalty attributes in b2b failure/recovery episodes: the impact of quality, service recovery, relationship satisfaction and trust," Post-Print hal-00256418, HAL.
  1. Bartsch, Fabian & Diamantopoulos, Adamantios & Paparoidamis, Nicholas G. & Chumpitaz, Ruben, 2016. "Global brand ownership: The mediating roles of consumer attitudes and brand identification," Journal of Business Research, Elsevier, vol. 69(9), pages 3629-3635.
  2. Chumpitaz, Ruben & Kerstens, Kristiaan & Paparoidamis, Nicholas & Staat, Matthias, 2010. "Comparing efficiency across markets: An extension and critique of the methodology," European Journal of Operational Research, Elsevier, vol. 205(3), pages 719-728, September.
  3. Ruben Chumpitaz & Kristiaan Kerstens & Nicholas Paparoidamis & Matthias Staat, 2010. "Hedonic price function estimation in economics and marketing: revisiting Lancaster’s issue of “noncombinable” goods," Annals of Operations Research, Springer, vol. 173(1), pages 145-161, January.
  4. Robson, Matthew J. & Paparoidamis, Nicholas & Ginoglu, Dimitrios, 2003. "Top management staffing in international strategic alliances: a conceptual explanation of decision perspective and objective formation," International Business Review, Elsevier, vol. 12(2), pages 173-191, April.
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