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An examination of the effects of adaptive selling behavior and customer orientation on performance of pharmaceutical salespeople in an emerging market
(© 2013 The Author(s), SAGE Journals, 2013)
The effects of salespeople's customer orientation and adaptive selling behavior on their performance have been frequently studied in the marketing literature. However, most of the studies were conducted in the developed ...
Explaining industrial importers' commitment from an emerging market perspective: theoretical and managerial insights
(© 2014 Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2014)
This study seeks to provide insights concerning the predictors of industrial importers' commitment to their foreign suppliers in a relationship paradigm involving an emerging market. Design/methodology/approach: Integrating ...
Violence against women: whither law enforcers?
(The Daily Star, 2018-04-16)
The structure of service quality perceptions for multiple-encounter services
(© 2013 Wolters Kluwer Health., 2013)
The objective of this study was to examine a complex service environment-hospitals-to suggest how service quality could be reframed and measured for multiple-encounter service situations more effectively. SUBJECTS:: In ...
Service experiences in hospitals in Bangladesh: are there gender inequities?
(© Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2010)
Purpose – The disparities faced by women, especially in Bangladesh, have a long and contentious history. From education and employment to health care and other social products, the marginalization of women has been stark. ...
Customer satisfaction with complaint resolution in the power sector in a developing economy
(© 2012 Taylor and Francis Group, LLC., 2012)
Public services play a critical role in helping nations evolve into modern societies. The power sector is especially vital because of its profound influence on other sectors of the economy. Unfortunately, the power sector ...
Prospects and problems of medical tourism in Bangladesh
(© 2013 Baywood Publishing Co., Inc., 2013)
The growing trend of Bangladeshi patients travelling abroad for medical services has led to some soul-searching in policy circles. While other countries of the Southeast Asia region are profiting from medical tourism, ...
(IGI Global, 2016-06-27)
Credibility of TV news in a developing country: the case of Bangladesh
(© 2012 AEJMC., 2012)
Television has recently experienced unprecedented expansion in Bangladesh. Given its popularity and influence, and with more people using it for their information, research on the credibility of TV news is warranted. ...
The structure and measures of service quality perceptions for multiple-encounter services: a study of hospitals in Bangladesh
(© 2014 W. S. Maney & Son Ltd., 2014)
This paper examines a complex multiple-encounter service environment – hospitals in a developing country – and suggests that service quality measures ought to be tied to key actors’ performance metrics. Based on face-to-face ...