Corvinus University of Budapest

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  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    Interaction Capability Development In UK Manufacturing SMEs

    The purpose of this paper is to empirically examine the influence of interaction capability development of UK manufacturing SMEs on their customer relationships. Previous research in the industrial marketing field has found that relational capabilities are a critical component of the capabilities that influence how a firm manages and is...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Supply Chain Management Tools As Activity Ties In Dyadic Partnerships

    Aim of the paper is to examine supply chain management tools as transaction-specific investments within dyadic partnerships. Ford et al. (2003) indicate that transaction-specific investments origin in common activities, resource ties and social bonds between partners. These are closely related to each other and all of them are sources of...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Life Cycle Of Business Relationships - Empirical Testing

    The paper aims at a quantitative analysis of the time perspective business relationships development have. Development of business relationships is a long standing focal research question, which always had to deal with the problem of time perspective (Medlin, 2004; Sutton-Brady, 2008). The treatment of time in these researches has been...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Analyzing Relationship Success

    The basic aim of this paper is to identify and analyze the definition and role of success in business relationships. The paper introduces theoretical differentiation between firm success and relationships success, and after it the major characteristics of relationship success will be interpreted. The main outcome of the theoretical and...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Perception And Practice Of The Supplier Relationship Management

    The aim of the paper is to investigate the perception of the supplier relationships and the tools used in their management in Hungary, examining as well as the unison of the declared and followed values concerning these relationships. The premise of the paper is that firms work in networks of...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Consequences Of Trust Between Marketing Managers And Market Research Professionals On The Use Of Information

    The theme of trust in market research relationships has appeared with increasing frequency as the topic has grown in importance. Most of the work in this area has mainly studied antecedents of interpersonal trust, but devoted less attention to the performance outcomes. In the paper the authors propose and test...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Research Methods For Decision Criteria Analysis

    An interesting part of the decision analysis is the elicitation of the criteria used by the decision maker. This task is present in various studies - the author's example is the individual supplier selection decision. Interesting questions about values and objectives, and about the thinking processes of the decision maker...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Relationships In Business Consulting Services: A Proposal Of A Research Project

    This paper presents a research project about business consulting relationships. Business consulting relationships are characterized by complex interactions. Consulting services are professional services characterized by high-perceived risk and are dependent of trust and collaboration among the parts. Several studies stress the high degree of uncertainty about skills of the consultants...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Barriers To Market Formation

    In this paper the authors propose a typology of barriers to market formation. The research gives a case study describing a manufacturer's preparations ahead of the launch of a new market for CO2 within the United Kingdom. They propose four categories of barriers to market formation, normative barriers, representational barriers,...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    The Role Of Purchasing In The Hungarian Small And Medium Enterprises

    Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) play an important role in the economy. Studies on SMEs recently have focused on the role of a particular company function in the target group by linking the development of SMEs to new advanced options, such as supply chain management and e-business. From a brief...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2010

    Time-Varying Coefficient Methods To Measure Inflation Persistence

    This paper studies inflation persistence with time-varying-coefficient models. To this end, using Monte Carlo methods the authors compare the statistical properties of the well known maximum likelihood estimation using the Kalman-filter to the less known Flexible Least Squares estimator. They also suggest a procedure for selecting the weight for FLS...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Innovation And Rent Sharing In Corporate Wage Setting In Hungary

    Skill biased technical change arrived to Hungary with the transition to market economy. As Hungary integrated into the international economy, technical change progressed much faster in some sectors than in mature market economies. That led to increasing skill premia, intensive rent sharing, and additional benefits for workers at innovative firms....

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  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    Analysis Of Business Interactions And Values From The Buyer's Side In The Hungarian Hospital Market

    In this paper the value of business relationship is considered as a concept that expresses usefulness and motivation recognised in, or assigned to a business relationship. Usefulness means the economic side and motivation indicates the social side of value (Mandj?k, 2003; Mandj?k and Simon, 2007). Usefulness and motivation are value...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Innovation And Rent Sharing In Corporate Wage Setting In Hungary

    Skill biased technical change arrived to Hungary with the transition to market economy. As Hungary integrated into the international economy, technical change progressed much faster in some sectors than in mature market economies. That led to increasing skill premia, intensive rent sharing, and additional benefits for workers at innovative firms....

    Provided By Corvinus University of Budapest

  • White Papers // Jul 2010

    Time-Varying Coefficient Methods To Measure Inflation Persistence

    This paper studies inflation persistence with time-varying-coefficient models. To this end, using Monte Carlo methods the authors compare the statistical properties of the well known maximum likelihood estimation using the Kalman-filter to the less known Flexible Least Squares estimator. They also suggest a procedure for selecting the weight for FLS...

    Provided By Corvinus University of Budapest

  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Life Cycle Of Business Relationships - Empirical Testing

    The paper aims at a quantitative analysis of the time perspective business relationships development have. Development of business relationships is a long standing focal research question, which always had to deal with the problem of time perspective (Medlin, 2004; Sutton-Brady, 2008). The treatment of time in these researches has been...

    Provided By Corvinus University of Budapest

  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Supply Chain Management Tools As Activity Ties In Dyadic Partnerships

    Aim of the paper is to examine supply chain management tools as transaction-specific investments within dyadic partnerships. Ford et al. (2003) indicate that transaction-specific investments origin in common activities, resource ties and social bonds between partners. These are closely related to each other and all of them are sources of...

    Provided By Corvinus University of Budapest

  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Analyzing Relationship Success

    The basic aim of this paper is to identify and analyze the definition and role of success in business relationships. The paper introduces theoretical differentiation between firm success and relationships success, and after it the major characteristics of relationship success will be interpreted. The main outcome of the theoretical and...

    Provided By Corvinus University of Budapest

  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    Analysis Of Business Interactions And Values From The Buyer's Side In The Hungarian Hospital Market

    In this paper the value of business relationship is considered as a concept that expresses usefulness and motivation recognised in, or assigned to a business relationship. Usefulness means the economic side and motivation indicates the social side of value (Mandj?k, 2003; Mandj?k and Simon, 2007). Usefulness and motivation are value...

    Provided By Corvinus University of Budapest

  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    Interaction Capability Development In UK Manufacturing SMEs

    The purpose of this paper is to empirically examine the influence of interaction capability development of UK manufacturing SMEs on their customer relationships. Previous research in the industrial marketing field has found that relational capabilities are a critical component of the capabilities that influence how a firm manages and is...

    Provided By Corvinus University of Budapest

  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Relationships In Business Consulting Services: A Proposal Of A Research Project

    This paper presents a research project about business consulting relationships. Business consulting relationships are characterized by complex interactions. Consulting services are professional services characterized by high-perceived risk and are dependent of trust and collaboration among the parts. Several studies stress the high degree of uncertainty about skills of the consultants...

    Provided By Corvinus University of Budapest

  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Perception And Practice Of The Supplier Relationship Management

    The aim of the paper is to investigate the perception of the supplier relationships and the tools used in their management in Hungary, examining as well as the unison of the declared and followed values concerning these relationships. The premise of the paper is that firms work in networks of...

    Provided By Corvinus University of Budapest

  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Barriers To Market Formation

    In this paper the authors propose a typology of barriers to market formation. The research gives a case study describing a manufacturer's preparations ahead of the launch of a new market for CO2 within the United Kingdom. They propose four categories of barriers to market formation, normative barriers, representational barriers,...

    Provided By Corvinus University of Budapest

  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Consequences Of Trust Between Marketing Managers And Market Research Professionals On The Use Of Information

    The theme of trust in market research relationships has appeared with increasing frequency as the topic has grown in importance. Most of the work in this area has mainly studied antecedents of interpersonal trust, but devoted less attention to the performance outcomes. In the paper the authors propose and test...

    Provided By Corvinus University of Budapest

  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    The Role Of Purchasing In The Hungarian Small And Medium Enterprises

    Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) play an important role in the economy. Studies on SMEs recently have focused on the role of a particular company function in the target group by linking the development of SMEs to new advanced options, such as supply chain management and e-business. From a brief...

    Provided By Corvinus University of Budapest

  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Research Methods For Decision Criteria Analysis

    An interesting part of the decision analysis is the elicitation of the criteria used by the decision maker. This task is present in various studies - the author's example is the individual supplier selection decision. Interesting questions about values and objectives, and about the thinking processes of the decision maker...

    Provided By Corvinus University of Budapest