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Organic farming for the domestic market: Exploring a unique yet challenging food system in Turkey
(Macromarketing Society, 2012-06)
Research curation: intersectional structuring of consumption
(Oxford University Press, 2018)
Early modern ottoman coffehouse culture and the formation of the consumer subject
(Oxford University Press, 2011)
We examine the sociohistorical formation of the consumer subject during the development of consumer culture in the context of leisure consumption. Specifically, we investigate how an active consumer was forming while a ...
Market orientation and CSR: performance implications
(Springer Netherlands, 2016)
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) has become of great interest to both researchers and practitioners alike with much discussion on whether the costs outweigh the performance implications. CSR has become a firm strategic ...
Manhood deprived and (Re)constructed during conflicts and international prosecutions : the curious case of the prosecutor v. Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta et al.
(Kluwer Law International, 2016)
Recent case law on sexual violence crimes heard before the ad hoc international criminal tribunals and courts, that interpret them in connection with ethnic conflict, raises the question of which acts can be defined as ...
Consumers' use of country-of-manufacture information: Turkey versus the U.S.A.
(Allied Academies, 2016)
Globalization and the growth of international trade increase the importance of strategic decisions involving the positioning of brands for successful entry into foreign markets. One of these marketing decisions concerns ...
Well-being in Alternative Economies: the role of shared commitments in the context of a spatially-extended alternative food network
(SAGE Publications Inc., 2017)
Alternative economies are built on shared commitments to improve subjects’ well-being. Traditional commercial markets, premised upon growth driven by separate actors pursuing personal material gain, lead to exploitation ...
The power of signaling: presidential leadership and rhetoric over 20 years
(Emerald Group Publishing Ltd., 2017)
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to explore the power of leadership rhetoric with a theoretical foundation of signaling theory. Past research mostly focus on followers and not other stakeholders and the authors attempt ...
Managerial performance incentives and firm risk during economic expansions and recessions
(Oxford University Press, 2017)
We argue that the relationship between managerial pay-for-performance incentives and risk taking is pro-cyclical. We study the relationship between incentives provided by stock-based compensation and firm risk for US ...
Financial Hedging and Optimal Procurement Policies under Correlated Price and Demand
We consider a firm that procures an input commodity to produce an output commodity to sell to the end retailer. The retailer's demand for the output commodity is negatively correlated with the price of the output commodity. ...