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  • Mohr, A. & Batsakis, G. (2018). Firm resources, cultural distance and simultaneous international expansion in the retail sector. International Business Review (in press) [Impact factor: 2.476]
  • Mohr, A. & Batsakis, G., (2017). Internationalisation Speed and MNE Performance: A Study of the Market-seeking Expansion of Retail MNEs. Management International Review, 57(2), pp. 153-177 [Impact factor:  1.516]
  • Mohr, A. & Batsakis, G., (2014). Intangible Assets, International Experience and Internationalisation Speed of Retailers. International Marketing Review, 31(6), pp. 601-620.  [Impact factor: 1.672]
  • Kaminakis, K., Karantinou, K., Koritos, C., & Gounaris, S. (2019). Hospitality servicescape effects on customer-employee interactions: A multilevel study. Tourism Management, 72, 130-144.  
  • Panagopoulos, N.G., Mullins, R. & Avramidis, P. (2018). Sales Force Downsizing and Firm-Idiosyncratic Risk: The Contingent Role of Investors’ Screening and Firm’s Signaling Processes, Journal of Marketing, 82(6), pp 71-88 (Impact factor 2019: 7.821) (ABS 2018: 4*)
  • Avramidis P., Cabolis C. and Serfes K. (2018) , Bank Size and Market Value: The Role of Direct Monitoring and Delegation Costs, Journal of Banking and Finance,Elsevier, vol. 93(C), pages 127-138
  • Karouzakis, N., Hatgioannides, J. and Andriosopoulos, K. (2018). Convexity Adjustment for Constant Maturity Swaps in a Multi-Curve Framework. Annals of Operations Research, 266 (1-2), 159-18
  • Batsakis, G. (2014). Impediments on the way to entrepreneurship: some new evidence from the EU’s Post-socialist world. Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 21(3), pp. 385 - 402. 
  • Batsakis, G. (2016). Host location knowledge sourcing and subsidiary innovative performance: examining the moderating role of alternative sources of knowledge and IPR distance. International Journal of Innovation Management, 20(6) 
  • Athreye, S., Batsakis, G., & Singh, S. (2016). Local, global, and internal knowledge sourcing: the trilemma of foreign-based R&D subsidiaries. Journal of Business Research, 69(12), pp. 5694-5702 

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