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The Excellent Team of Strategic Business Orientations invites you to an online research seminar held by its Mentor, Professor Vlasis Stathakopoulos from Athens University of Economics and Business. The seminar will take place on Monday, December 12, from 16:00-17:00 Prague time on Zoom. This is the link for the seminar:

(No passcode is required, but there will be a waiting room.) 

The seminar is about how to publish in top Journals, and it is suitable for early career researchers, academics interested in publishing in higher-level Journals, and Ph.D. candidates. The presenter has an extensive publishing record in ABS4* and ABS3* level Journals and regularly serves as a reviewer for leading business Journals.

Short Bio:  

Professor Vlasis Stathakopoulos (Ph.D. University of Arizona) is a Professor of Marketing at the Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB) in Greece. He has conducted his Ph.D. studies under the supervision of Professor Jaworski, who is one of the founders of the market orientation concept. The research and teaching interests of Professor Stathakopoulos include implementation issues in marketing management, marketing strategy, and market-driving organisations. He has worked as an academic in three countries (US, Greece, and France). He is the author of several papers in leading Journals such as Journal of MarketingIndustrial Marketing ManagementJournal of Business ResearchJournal of AdvertisingJournal of Business Ethics, and European Journal of Marketing, among others. He serves as a reviewer for leading business journals. Being the Director of the Business Communications Lab, he has extensive experience in market research projects for the industry (L’Oreal, Monsanto, DELL, HP, Genesis Pharma, to name a few). Moreover, he has participated in several international projects (“Product-Country Image” in 15 countries funded by Carleton University in Canada and “Aerospace Capability Enhancement Survey” funded by Connecticut Space Grant College Consortium and NASA, among others). 


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