Ismail Gölgeci
TitleCited byYear
Does firm innovativeness enable effective responses to supply chain disruptions? An empirical study
I Golgeci, SY Ponomarov
Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, 2013
Diffusion of environmental business practices: A network approach
WL Tate, LM Ellram, I Gölgeci
Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management 19 (4), 264-275, 2013
How do supply chain management and information systems practices influence operational performance? Evidence from emerging country SMEs
E Tatoglu, E Bayraktar, I Golgeci, SCL Koh, M Demirbag, S Zaim
International Journal of Logistics Research and Applications 19 (3), 181-199, 2016
Building international business theory: A grounded theory approach
DM Gligor, CL Esmark, I Gölgeci
Journal of International Business Studies 47 (1), 93-111, 2016
How does firm innovativeness enable supply chain resilience? The moderating role of supply uncertainty and interdependence
I Gölgeci, SY Ponomarov
Technology Analysis & Strategic Management 27 (3), 267-282, 2015
Purchasing management
L Bedey, S Eklund, N Najafi, W Wahrén, K Westerlund
Chalmers University of Technology, 2009
Power-based behaviors in supply chains and their effects on relational satisfaction: A fresh perspective and directions for research
I Gölgeci, WH Murphy, DA Johnston
European Management Journal 36 (2), 278-287, 2018
A relational view of environmental performance: What role do environmental collaboration and cross-functional alignment play?
I Gölgeci, DM Gligor, E Tatoglu, OA Arda
Journal of Business Research 96, 35-46, 2019
The interplay between key marketing and supply chain management capabilities: The role of integrative mechanisms
I Golgeci, D Gligor
Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing 32 (3), 472-483, 2017
How does cultural intelligence influence the relationships between potential and realised absorptive capacity and innovativeness? Evidence from Poland
I Golgeci, J Swiatowiec-Szczepanska, K Raczkowski
Technology Analysis & Strategic Management 29 (8), 857-871, 2017
Internationalization of emerging economy firms to developed economies: a discussion on institutional pressures and marketing and supply chain capabilities
I Gölgeci, A Arslan
Journal of Strategic Marketing 22 (7), 587-602, 2014
Does social capital matter for supply chain resilience? The role of absorptive capacity and marketing-supply chain management alignment
I Gölgeci, O Kuivalainen
Industrial Marketing Management 84, 63-74, 2020
European MNE subsidiaries' embeddedness and innovation performance: Moderating role of external search depth and breadth
I Gölgeci, A Ferraris, A Arslan, SY Tarba
Journal of Business Research 102, 97-108, 2019
Relational job crafting: Exploring the role of employee motives with a weekly diary study
Y Rofcanin, AB Bakker, A Berber, I Gölgeci, M Las Heras
human relations 72 (4), 859-886, 2019
Understanding demand and supply paradoxes and their role in business-to-business firms
I Gölgeci, F Karakas, E Tatoglu
Industrial Marketing Management, 1-12, 2019
Institutions and dynamic capabilities: Theoretical insights and research agenda for strategic entrepreneurship
I Gölgeci, J Larimo, A Arslan
Scandinavian Journal of Management 33 (4), 243-252, 2017
The effects of learning orientation and marketing programme planning on export performance: Paradoxical moderating role of psychic distance
S Assadinia, V Kadile, I Gölgeci, N Boso
International Small Business Journal 37 (5), 423-449, 2019
Customer categorization, relational justice and SME performance in supermarket supply chains
R Malagueño, I Gölgeci, A Fearne
Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, 2019
The paradox of roots and wings: labor mobility between local firms and MNEs in North Africa
F Tigharsi, A Bouguerra, I Golgeci, Y Rofcanin
Journal of Knowledge Management, 2019
Cause-related marketing, legitimacy and internationalization of professional service firms
A Arslan, I Golgeci, L Haapanen, S Tarba, C Cooper, WY Degbey
International Marketing Review, 2020
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