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Factors influencing customer trust in salespersons in a developing country
(© 1996 American Marketing Association, 1996)
Research on trust is limited in the context of developing countries. Because of its importance in facilitating exchange, this study attempts to assess the determinants of customer trust in salespersons in a developing ...
Physician attitudes toward pharmaceutical sales representatives
(© 1995 Aspen Publishers, Inc., 1995)
Physicians in northwestern Pennsylvania were surveyed to identify the factors that influenced their attitudes toward pharmaceutical sales representatives (PSRs). The results suggest that physicians' attitudes were influenced ...
Explaining the commitment of family planning fieldworkers in Bangladesh
(© 1996 Guttmacher Institute, 1996)
Fieldworkers are a crucial component of the family planning program in Bangladesh; yet, the factors influencing fieldworkers' commitment--an important determinant of program effectiveness--have not previously been explored. ...
Political leadership and legitimacy among the urban elite in Bangladesh
(© 2004 Published by South Asian Studies Association of Australia, 2004)
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 ...
Television news in Bangladesh: intersection of market-oriented journalism and perceived credibility
(© 2014 AMIC/SCI-NTU.Routledge, 2014)
The television medium has occupied a dominant place in Bangladesh. With the unprecedented expansion of the television industry, questions are being raised about a palpable rise in market-oriented journalism (MOJ) in the ...
Choice and evaluation of hospitals in Bangladesh: insights from patients and policy implications
(© University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dept. of Health Policy & Administration., 1998)
Various aspects of health care services in Bangladesh, especially in the public sector, are not well documented. Based on a survey, this paper attempts to gain insights into the health care area from the perspectives of ...
Bangladesh in the 21st Century: the harvard conference recommendations
(© 2008 Bangladesh Development Initiative, USA (BDI), 2008)
On June 13-14, 2008, an international conference was organized by Bangladesh Development Initiative, Democracy and Development in Bangladesh Forum, and the Ash Institute of Democratic Governance at Harvard University’s ...
Stakeholder insights for effective higher education management
(© 2008 published jointly by BAFED and BU-IED, 2008)
This paper looks at human development in higher education through the lens of its users (the alumni). Tertiary education in Bangladesh has recorded over a five-fold growth since its birth in 1971. Yet, the participation ...
Reforming innercity bus transportation in a developing country: a passenger-driven model
(© National Center for Transit Research (NCTR), University of South Florida, 2007)
The transportation system in Dhaka City, Bangladesh, requires significant improvements. The shortage of motorized vehicles and the excessive number of nonmotorized vehicles on the city’s streets have been the cause of ...