Ekrem Tatoglu mainly focuses on Marketing, Emerging markets, Structural equation modeling, Industrial organization and Institutional theory. Borrowing concepts from Sports marketing, Ekrem Tatoglu weaves in ideas under Marketing. As part of the same scientific family, he usually focuses on Emerging markets, concentrating on Economy and intersecting with Product.
His Structural equation modeling research incorporates elements of Exploratory factor analysis, Organizational performance, Knowledge management and Process management. His studies deal with areas such as Investment and Negative relationship as well as Industrial organization. While the research belongs to areas of Institutional theory, he spends his time largely on the problem of Equity, intersecting his research to questions surrounding International trade, International economics and Multinational corporation.
His primary scientific interests are in Industrial organization, Emerging markets, Marketing, Subsidiary and Multinational corporation. His Industrial organization study also includes
The various areas that Ekrem Tatoglu examines in his Marketing study include Structural equation modeling and Accounting. His Subsidiary research also works with subjects such as
His primary areas of investigation include Industrial organization, Knowledge management, Emerging markets, Resource-based view and Context. His study on Absorptive capacity is often connected to Dual as part of broader study in Industrial organization. His Knowledge management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Agile software development and Structural equation modeling.
He has included themes like Order, Affect and Scale in his Structural equation modeling study. His studies in Resource-based view integrate themes in fields like Multiple-criteria decision analysis and Analytic network process. Ekrem Tatoglu has researched Corporate governance in several fields, including Institutional theory, Institutional quality, Cross ownership, Subsidiary and Market economy.
His main research concerns Resource-based view, Resource, Emerging markets, Context and Environmental resource management. Ekrem Tatoglu combines subjects such as Multiple-criteria decision analysis, Industrial engineering, Human resources and Analytic network process with his study of Resource-based view. His Resource study combines topics in areas such as Business process, Knowledge management and Quality management.
His research integrates issues of Structural equation modeling, Information management and Set in his study of Business process. His study in Emerging markets is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Cross ownership, Stakeholder and Turnover. His Environmental resource management research integrates issues from Quality, Management system and Proactivity.
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The impact of supply chain management practices on performance of SMEs
S.C. Lenny Koh;Mehmet Demirbag;Erkan Bayraktar;Ekrem Tatoglu.
An analysis of the relationship between TQM implementation and organisational performance: evidence from Turkish SMEs
Mehmet Demirbag;Ekrem Tatoglu;Mehmet Tekinkus;Selim Zaim.
Institutional and transaction cost influences on MNEs' ownership strategies of their affiliates: Evidence from an emerging market
Mehmet Demirbag;Keith W. Glaister;Ekrem Tatoglu.
A casual analysis of the impact of information systems and supply chain management practices on operational performance : evidence from manufacturing SMEs in Turkey
Erkan Bayraktar;Mehmet Demirbag;S.C. Lenny Koh;Ekrem Tatoglu.
Evidence on formal strategic planning and company performance
J. Richard Falshaw;Keith W. Glaister;Ekrem Tatoglu.
An integrative framework linking brand associations and brand loyalty in professional sports
Erdener Kaynak;Gulberk Gultekin Salman;Ekrem Tatoglu.
TQM and market orientation's impact on SMEs' performance
Mehmet Demirbag;S.C. Lenny Koh;Ekrem Tatoglu;Selim Zaim.
An analysis of the factors affecting the adoption of electronic commerce by SMEs: Evidence from an emerging market
Erdener Kaynak;Ekrem Tatoglu;Veysel Kula.
An application of data envelopment analytic hierarchy process for supplier selection: a case study of BEKO in Turkey
Mehmet Sevkli;S. C. Lenny Koh;Selim Zaim;Mehmet Demirbag.
Measuring the efficiency of customer satisfaction and loyalty for mobile phone brands with DEA
Erkan Bayraktar;Ekrem Tatoglu;Ali Turkyilmaz;Dursun Delen.
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