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  • Gabler, C., Panagopoulos, N., Vlachos, P., & Rapp, A. Exploring the meaning of “sustainability" in business: an international manufacturing perspective, Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management.
  • Voliotis, S., Vlachos, P., & Epitropaki, O. 2016. Perception-induced effects of corporate social irresponsibility (CSiR) for stereotypical and admired firms Admired Firms, Frontiers in Psychology, 7:970.
  • Vlachos P., Krepapa, A., Koritos, C., Tasoulis, K., & Theodorakis, I.G. 2016. Containing cause-related marketing skepticism: a comparison across donation frames, Corporate Reputation Review, 19 (1): 4-21.
  • Panagopoulos, N., Rapp, A., & Vlachos, P. 2015. I think they think we are good citizens: meta-perceptions as antecedents of employees' reactions to corporate social responsibility, Journal of Business Research, 69(8): 2781-2790. 
  • Lekakkos, G., Vlachos, P., & Koritos, C. (2014). Green is good but usability is better: consumer reactions to environmental initiatives in web-based electronic services, Ethics & Information Technology, 16(2): 103-117.
  • Mohr, A. & Batsakis, G. (2019). The contingent effect of TMT international experience on firms' internationalization speed. British Journal of Management, 30(4), 869-887 (ABS: 4, ABDC: A, Impact factor: 5.794)
  • Sarpong, D., Eyres, E. & Batsakis, G. (2019). Narrating the future: A distinctive capability approach to strategic foresight. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 140, 105-114 (ABS: 3, ABDC: A, Impact Factor: 7.609)
  • Batsakis, G., Wood, G., Azar, G. & Singh, S. (2018). International diversification and firm performance in the post-acquisition period: A resource dependence perspective. Journal of Business Research, 93, 151-159 (ABS: 3, ABDC: 3, Impact factor: 6.740)
  • Batsakis, G. & Theoharakis, V. (2021). Achieving the paradox of concurrent internationalization speed: internationalizing rapidly in both breadth and depth. Management International Review, 61(4), 429-467 (ABS: 3, ABDC: A, Impact factor: 3.426)
  • Batsakis, G. & Singh, S. (2019). Added distance, entry mode choice, and the moderating effect of experience: The case of British MNEs in emerging markets. Thunderbird International Business Review, 61 (4), 581-594 (ABS: 2, ABDC: B, Impact factor: 1.890)

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