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Dr Fiona Ellis-Chadwick

Dr Fiona Ellis-Chadwick

Dr Ellis-Chadwick is an expert in the field of the digital retail space and online marketing

Activities

Research-related activities and publications

As well as published output, the Group has high involvement in the scholarly community. All members have professional links within their respective areas of expertise, providing a platform for state-of-the-art research. Most hold several memberships of professional associations (e.g., the Chartered Institute of Marketing) and academic and learned societies (e.g., the British Academy of Management, European Marketing Academy, and Academy of International Business).

Featured publications

Below is a selection of select publications by members of the Marketing and Retailing discipline group. 

Professor John Cadogan:

  • Lee, Nick and John W. Cadogan (2016), “Welcome to the Desert of the Real: Reality, Realism, Measurement, and C-OAR-SE”, European Journal of Marketing, Vol. 50, No. 11, pp. 1959-68.
  • Schons, Laura Marie, John W. Cadogan and Roumpini Tsakona (2017), “Donate at Home or Abroad? An Empirical Investigation of Consumer Responses to Brands' Varying Geographic Allocations of Donation Budgets”, Journal of Business Ethics Vol. 144, No. 3, pp. 559-576.
  • Micevski, Milena, Selma Kadic-Maglajlic, Sourindra Banerjee, John Cadogan and Nick Lee (2017), “Is it Better to be Both Nice and Nasty? Investigating the Co-Occurrence of Sales Manager Aggressiveness and Caring”, Journal of Business Research Vol. 80, November, pp. 266-276.
  • Kim, Daekwan, KyuYeong Choi, Ruey Jer Bryan Jean, John W. Cadogan “Ethnic Ties and International Business Opportunity Recognition: The Role of a Firm’s Internal and Environmental Factors”, International Business Review (forthcoming)

Dr James Crick:

  • Crick, D., and Crick, J.M. (2014). The internationalization strategies of rapidly-internationalizing high-tech SMEs: Planned and unplanned activities. European Business Review, 26(5), pp. 421–448
  • Crick, D., and Crick, J.M. (2016). The first export order: A marketing innovation revisited. Journal of Strategic Marketing, 24(2), pp. 77-89
  • Crick, J.M., and Crick, D. (2016). Developing entrepreneurial resilience in the UK tourism sector. Strategic Change, 25(3), pp. 315-325
  • Crick, J.M. (2018). The facets, antecedents and consequences of coopetition: An entrepreneurial marketing perspective. Qualitative Market Research: An International Journal, 21(2), pp. 253-272

 

Dr Belinda Dewsnap:

 
 
Dr Fiona Ellis-Chadwick:
 
 
 
Professor Thorsten Gruber:
 
 

Dr Cathryn Hart:

 

Dr Joao Oliveira:

 

Professor Jim Saker:

 

Professor Anne Souchon:

  • Dickenson, P., and Souchon, A.L. (2018) “Entitativity of concurrent sponsors: Implications for properties and sponsors”, Journal of Advertising, pp. 1-23.
  • Efrat, K., Hughes, P., Nemkova, E. Souchon, A.L., and Sy-Changco, J. (2018) “Leveraging of dynamic export capabilities for competitive advantage and performance consequences: Evidence from China”, Journal of Business Research, Vol. 84, pp. 114-134.
  • Souchon, A.L., Hughes, P., Farrell, A.M., Nemkova, E., and Oliveira, J. (2017), “Spontaneity and international marketing performance”, International Marketing Review, Vol. 33, no. 5, pp. 671-690.
  • Nemkova, E., Souchon, A. L., Hughes, P., and Micevski, M. (2015) “Does improvisation help or hinder planning in determining export success? Decision theory applied to exporting”, Journal of International Marketing, Vol. 23, no. 3, pp. 41-65.

 

Professor Vicky Story:

Professor John Cadogan:

Outstanding Paper Awards:

    • European Journal of Marketing, 2017

New Editorial Review Board Membership:

    • Journal of Global Sports Management editorial review board, 2016

Co-Editor of Journal Special Issues:

    • “Global Consumer Culture: The Evolving Nature of Global and Local Consumption”: International Marketing Review (due for publication in 2019)

Co-Chair of European Marketing Academy Conference Tracks:

    • Chair of International and Cross-Cultural Marketing Track (Conference, Oslo, Norway – June 2016)
    • Chair of International and Cross-Cultural Marketing Track (Conference, Groningen, The Netherlands – June 2017)
    • Chair of Marketing Strategy Track (Conference, Glasgow, Scotland, UK – May/June 2018)
    • Chair of International Marketing & Marketing in Emerging Countries Track (Conference, Hamburg, Germany – May 28-31, 2019)

 

Dr James Crick:

  • Since starting as a Lecturer in Marketing at Loughborough University in September 2017, I have had five academic journal articles accepted, three of which are as a single-author.
  • Also, I was invited to write a book viewpoint on my research interests in sports marketing. This book viewpoint was subsequently accepted and will appear in the next edition of Fill and Turnbull’s book, Marketing Communications.
  • I have held an Adjunct Scholar role at the University of Ottawa since February 2017, for which I regularly undertake collaborative research with two full professors in the department.
  • In addition, I have been invited to present my ongoing work on the entrepreneurial marketing strategies employed in the wine industry, namely, at the University of Ottawa (twice in 2017) and the University of Portsmouth (2017).
  • My reviewing experience began 2014, for which I have reviewed extensively for several academic journals and conferences. This experience includes reviewing for a range of ABS: 3/4* journals.

 

Professor Anne Souchon:

Research Grants:

  • British Academy Small Research Grant: £10,000 – “Managerial decision-making styles, innovation and economic performance: A cross-national examination”, co-investigator, 2018

 

Professor John Cadogan:

Co-Chair of Academy of Marketing Conference Workshop

    • “Drawing Robust Conclusions from Quantitative Research in Marketing: Facts, Fads, and Faiths” (Stirling, July 2018)

The Aston Research Camp

    • Panel Member, 2016

The Global Alliance of Marketing & Management Associations (GAMMA)

    • Member of GAMMA Award Committee, responsible for choosing The Global Scholar of the Year 2016
    • Co-Chair: 2017 GAMMA Doctoral Colloquium (GFMC University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria – 6 July, 2017)
    • Co-Chair: 2018 GAMMA Doctoral Colloquium (GMC Conference, Tokyo, Japan – 19-20 July, 2018)
    • Co-Track Chair: Cross-Cultural and International Marketing (Paris, France –11-14 July, 2019

Research Workshop

    • “Variables, Causal Forces and Theory Building”, Research Workshop (October 18, 2017 – Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland)

E21 Symposiums

    • Chair: E21 Winter Symposium 2018 (Loughborough, UK – February 2018)
    • Chair: E21 Summer Symposium 2018 (Loughborough, UK – June 2018)
    • Chair: 1st E21 International Symposium – 2018 (Paris, France – November 2018)

 

Professor Anne Souchon:

American Marketing Association Global SIG (2018)

    • Co-Chair of the Global Entrepreneurship track

 

Professor John Cadogan:

  • Hitesh Kalro (2016): “The Impact of Ambidextrous Market Learning on Product Advantage and Product Performance in High-Tech Firms”
  • Roumpini Tsakona (2018): “Corporate Philanthropy and Brand Morality Perceptions”
  • Nahid Yazdani (2018): “Export Mode Portfolio: Transaction Cost Economics and Real Options Perspectives”
  • James Crick (2018): “The Antecedents and Consequences of a Customer Value-Oriented Dominant Logic: A Dynamic Managerial Capabilities Perspective”

 

Professor Anne Souchon:

  • James Crick (2018): “The Antecedents and Consequences of a Customer Value-Oriented Dominant Logic: A Dynamic Managerial Capabilities Perspective”