1.Yeniaras, V., Di Benedetto A & Dayan V. (2021) “Effects of relational ties paradox on financial and non-financial consequences of servitization”, Industrial Marketing Management, Accepted Manuscript; ABDC: A*
2.Yeniaras, V. & Kaya, I. (2021) “Customer prioritization, product complexity and business ties: Implications for job stress and customer service performance”, Journal of Business & Industrial Marketing, https://doi.org/10.1108/JBIM-08-2020-0404. ABDC: A
4.Yeniaras, V., Di Benedetto, A., Kaya, I. & Dayan, M. (2020) “Relational governance, organizational unlearning and learning: Implications for performance outcomes”, Journal of Business & Industrial Marketing, 36 (3), 469-492. ABDC: A
5.Yeniaras V., Kaya, I., & Nick, A. (2020) “Social ties, innovation behaviour and new product performance: Understanding the role of institutional and market environments”, Journal of Business & Industrial Marketing, 35(4), 699-719. ABDC: A
6.Yeniaras, V., Kaya, I. & Dayan, M. (2020) “Mixed effects of business and political ties in planning flexibility: Insights from Turkey”, Industrial Marketing Management, 87, 208-224. ABDC: A*
7.Ndubisi, N. O., Dayan, M., Yeniaras, V. & Al-Hawari, M. (2019) “The effects of complementarity of knowledge and capabilities on joint innovation capabilities and service innovation: The role of competitive intensity and demand uncertainty”, Industrial Marketing Management, 87, 208-224. ABDC: A*
8.Menguc, B., Auh, S., Yeniaras, V., & Katsikeas, C. (2017) “The role of climate: implications for service employee engagement and customer service performance”, Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 45(3), 428-451. ABDC: A*
9.Yeniaras, V., Sener, P. & Unver, S. (2017) “Is Market Learning the Missing Link Between Family Involvement – Firm Performance Relationship? A Resource-Based Perspective International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, 13(2), 575-604. ABDC: C
10.Yeniaras, V. & Akarsu, T.N. (2017) “Religiosity and life satisfaction: A multi-dimensional approach,” Journal of Happiness Studies, 18(6), 1815-1840. Q1
11.Yeniaras, V., & Akkemik, K. A. (2017). Materialism and fashion consciousness: The moderating role of status consumption tendencies and religiosity. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 56(3), 498-513.
12.Yeniaras, V. & Unver, S (2016) “Revisiting the Mediating Effect of Entrepreneurial Behaviour on Proactiveness – Performance Relationship: The Role of Business Ties and Competitive Intensity”, European Management Review, 13(4), 291-306. ABDC: C
13.Yeniaras, V. & Akkemik A. & Yucel E. (2016) “Re-considering the linkage between the antecedents and consequences of happiness”, Journal of Economic Psychology, 56(October), 176-191. ABDC: A
14.Yeniaras, V. (2016) “Uncovering the Relationship between Materialism, Status Consumption and Impulsive Buying: Newfound Status of Islamists in Turkey”, Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies, 44(25), 153-177.
15.Simintiras, A., Yeniaras, V., Oney, E., & Tajinder B. (2014) “Redefining Confidence for Consumer Behaviour Research,” Psychology & Marketing, 31(6), 426-439. ABDC: A
Scopus Endeksli Yayınlar
1.Kaya I., Yeniaras, V. & Kaya, O. (2020) "Dimensions of religiosity, altruism, and life satisfaction" Review of Social Economy, Online First. ABDC: B
2.Yeniaras, V. & Akarsu, T.N. (2017) “Frugal Doesn’t Mean Ordinary: A Religious Perspective”, Journal of Islamic Marketing 8(2), 204-217. ABDC: B
3.Yeniaras, V. (2016) “Unpacking the Relationship between Materialism, Status Consumption and Attitude to Debt: The role of Islamic Religiosity”, Journal of Islamic Marketing, 7(2), 232-247. ABDC: B
Türk Dergilerinde Yayınlar
1.Yeniaras, V. (2016) “Postmaterialism and Altruism: A Cross National Comparison” Journal of Economics, Business, Politics and International Relations, 1(3).
2.Yeniaras, V. & Akarsu, N. T. (2014) "The Relationship between Muslim Religiosity, Price-Value Consciousness Impulsive Buying Tendency and Regret: A Moderation Analysis," Iktisat, İsletme ve Finans, 29(243), 09-44.
3.Yeniaras, V. & Kiymaz, H. (2015) “Subjective Life Expectancy, Materialistic Values and Saving: A Cross-National Perspective,” İktisat İsletme ve Finans, 30(352), 9-28.
4.Yeniaras, V. (2015) “İslami Dindarlık, Tutumluluk ve Materyalizm: Bir Yapısal Eşitlik Modeli,” Journal of Economics, Business, Politics and International Relations, 1(1), 49-62.
1.Yeniaras, V., Kaya, I. & Dayan, M. (2020)The role of business and political ties and unlearning: implications for competitive capabilities and customer capital in emerging economies in Academic Studies in Social Sciences, 339-370, ISBN: 978-9940-46-009-9.
2.Yeniaras, V. (2020) Government favouritism of religion, social capital and consumer spending (2020) in Academic Studies in Economic and Administrative Studies, 222-232, ISBN: 978-9940-46-008-2.
1.Yeniaras, V. (2020) “İlişkisel Bağlar, Örgütsel Esneklik Ve Doğaçlama: Türkiye’de Finansal Ve Finansal Olmayan Performans Üzerine Etkisi, 4. International Conference on Social & Human sciences.
2.Yeniaras, V. (2020) “Relational governance, organizational unlearning and learning: Implications for performance outcomes”, 5.Uluslararası EMI Girişimcilik ve Sosyal Bilimleri Kongresi.
3.Yeniaras, V., Simintiras, A. & Balabanis, G. (2013) “The Development and Validation of a Consumer Confidence Scale”, Academy of Marketing Science Conference (INFORMS)
4.Yeniaras, V., Simintiras, A. & Balabanis, G. (2013) “Consumer Confidence Re-Visited and Re-Measured”, American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences.
5.Yeniaras, V. (2016). “Are Consumer Confidence Indices Moderated by the Life Expectancy Miscalibration?” International Management Development Association (IMDA).