Dr Cagri Talay

PhD in Management, Hull University; MA International Marketing, Bournemouth University; BA Management, Anadolu University

Pronouns: He/him
  • Lecturer in Marketing

Expertise: asymmetric power, Sustainability, Retailer-supplier relationships, Fashion and Textiles

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Before joining Loughborough Business School in 2022, Cagri was a lecturer at Essex University and before this, Nottingham Trent University. He received his PhD in marketing from Hull University Business School and his MA from Bournemouth University Business School, UK.

Cagri’s work has been published in highly ranked international journals, including the Journal of Business Research, Journal of Industrial Marketing Management. He is a reviewer in Industrial Marketing Management, Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing, and Journal of Fashion Marketing and Management.

He is the best paper award winner in operations management track in British Academy of Management Conference in 2020.

He teaches marketing modules at both undergraduate and postgraduate level at Loughborough Business School. He is the module leader of 'Contemporarily Issues in Retailing Channels'. He delivers MBA level teaching, supervises MBA dissertation and consultancy experience (MSc level) projects, and supervises PhD research projects.

Cagri welcomes PhD applications in sustainable retailer/buyer-supplier relationships, ethics, anti-consumption and asymmetric supply chain relationships areas.

Cagri’s primary research interests are in retail marketing, including sustainable retailer-supplier relationships and sustainable product development, anti-consumption, and industrial marketing, including asymmetric power in buyer-supplier relationships, interaction capability development.

  • TALAY, C., OXBORROW, L. and GOWOREK, H., 2022. The impact of asymmetric supply chain relationships on sustainable product development in the fashion and textiles industry on July 18, 2022. Journal of Business Research. In press.
  • TALAY, C., OXBORROW, L. and BRINDLEY, C., 2020. How small suppliers deal with the buyer power in asymmetric relationships within the sustainable fashion supply chain. Journal of Business Research, 117, 604-614. ISSN 1873-7978.
  • TALAY, C., OXBORROW, L. and BRINDLEY, C., 2018. An exploration of power asymmetry in the apparel industry in the UK and Turkey. Industrial Marketing Management, 74, 162-174. ISSN 0019-8501.
  • TALAY, C. and ALPTEKIN, V., 2016. Types of asymmetries in exporter-importer relationships and alignment behaviour. International Journal of Marketing Studies, 8 (3), pp. 76-88. ISSN 1918-719X.