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Volkan
Yeniaras

Volkan
Yeniaras

Dr. Öğretim Üyesi

Doktora

Marketing, Swansea University UK, 2013

Yüksek Lisans

Marketing, University of Wales, Swansea

Lisans

Koc University, Istanbul



Araştırma

 SSCI Endeksli Makaleler 

  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. Simintiras, A., Yeniaras, V., Oney, E., & Tajinder B. (2014) “Redefining Confidence for Consumer Behaviour Research,” Psychology & Marketing31(6), 426-439.
  5. 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.
  6. Yeniaras, V. & Akkemik A. & Yucel E. (2016) “Re-considering the linkage between the antecedents and consequences of happiness”, Journal of Economic Psychology56(October), 176-191.
  7. 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, Online First.
  8. 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.
  9. 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, Accepted Manuscript. (ABDC:A)
  10. 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.
  11. Yeniaras, V. & Akarsu, T.N. (2017) “Religiosity and life satisfaction: A multi-dimensional approach,” Journal of Happiness Studies, 18(6), 1815-1840.
  12. Yeniaras, V., & Akkemik, K. A. (2017). Materialism and fashion consciousness: The moderating role of status consumption tendencies and religiosityJournal for the Scientific Study of Religion56(3), 498-513.
  13. 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 Ideologies44(25), 153-177.

Scopus Endeksli Makaleler

  1. Kaya I., Yeniaras, V. & Kaya, O. (2020) "Dimensions of religiosity, altruism, and life satisfaction" Review of Social Economy, Online First.
  2. Yeniaras, V. & Akarsu, T.N. (2017) “Frugal Doesn’t Mean Ordinary: A Religious Perspective”, Journal of Islamic Marketing 8(2), 204-217.
  3. Yeniaras, V. (2016) “Unpacking the Relationship between Materialism, Status Consumption and Attitude to Debt: The role of Islamic Religiosity”, Journal of Islamic Marketing7(2), 232-247.

Türk Dergilerindeki Makaleler

  1. Yeniaras, V. (2016) “Postmaterialism and Altruism: A Cross National Comparison” Journal of Economics, Business, Politics and International Relations1(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 Finans30(352), 9-28.
  4. Yeniaras, V. (2015) “İslami Dindarlık, Tutumluluk ve Materyalizm: Bir Yapısal Eşitlik Modeli,” Journal of Economics, Business, Politics and International Relations1(1), 49-62.

Kitap Bölümleri

  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 Sciences339-370, 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 Studies222-232, ISBN: 978-9940-46-008-2.

 Sunumlar

  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. w/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).