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Summary of Search Results Following Article Inclusion-Exclusion Criteria. Number of articles published in journal with a cite score/ impact factor 1.00 or more during 2000-20 with search keyword:

Summary of Search Results Following Article Inclusion-Exclusion Criteria. Number of articles published in journal with a cite score/ impact factor 1.00 or more during 2000-20 with search keyword:

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Visual merchandising has gained importance in contemporary retail research and practice. Initially considered as an essential element of retail store atmospherics, the scope of visual merchandising has now extended well beyond the usual reference of a visual stimulus. As research on visual merchandising and store atmospherics continues to converge,...

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... resultant articles mostly belong to the broad categories of marketing, retail marketing, and fashion retailing. Manual doublechecking of the articles on their respective journal websites after omission of duplicate entries resulted in 88 papers (see list of reviewed papers in Web Appendix A) being considered for the analysis (See Table 5). *The numbers listed are the number of articles that are found in the respective databases such as Scopus and Web of science as a result of a step-by-step search. ...
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... in-depth review of the articles revealed that more than one-third of the studies (35.2 percent), especially those in the areas of store atmosphere, layout, and merchandise display, had used experimental design (see Tables 15 and 16). Some exceptional instances of smallest space analysis, fuzzy AHP technique using fuzzy logic based Analytic Hierarchy Process, thematic analysis, ANOVA, particle swarm optimization (PSO) algorithm, cluster analysis, etc., were also noted. ...


... For example, Pandemic has resulted in more and more customers preferring virtual meetings and online transactions (Arya, Paul, & Sethi, 2022;Chakraborty & Paul, 2022;Purohit, Arora, & Paul, 2022;Chopdar, Paul, & Prodanova, 2022). As an outcome, following prior authors (Basu, Paul, & Singh, 2022;Kajol et al., 2022) we concur with the need for developing new and novel theories, scales, methods, and typologies useful for carrying out feasibility studies and impact analysis exploring the new processes, patterns, and problems. ...
The emergence of various approaches in relationship marketing has transformed business marketing practices in managing strategic clients. In this direction, firms have embraced Key Account Management (KAM) as a relationship marketing tool for profitably managing their strategic customers. The concept of KAM has evolved and gained importance in academic literature as a distinct sub-division of business-to-business (B2B) marketing. However, the current academic understanding is very diverse and disintegrated, posing a threat to domain expansion and challenges for better managerial practice. This study reviews the extant KAM literature with a systematic review approach and tries to address this void in the extant body of knowledge. 104 research papers published between 1990 and 2022 were systematically reviewed. The results suggest a synthesized framework integrating the characteristics of numerous KAM practices and antecedents. In addition, we provide directions for future research based on the synthesis of the extant literature grounded in theory, context, characteristics, and methodology.
... Entrepreneurial models and practices have undergone major changes due to the problems caused by COVID 19 Pandemic Nayal et al., 2021). For example, most business owners and managers prefer digital entrepreneurship and digital marketing these days (Arya et al., 2022;Hemsley-Brown, 2022;Chakraborty & Paul, 2022;Purohit, Arora & Paul, 2022;Chopdar et al., 2022;Basu, Paul & Singh, 2022). ...
Several extant contemporary works of literature diagnose the lack of sound theoretical underpinnings of the Digital Entrepreneurship phenomenon. This paper provides a systematic literature review offering insights on the Digital Entrepreneurship phenomenon to generate insights into recent developments in the field. A systematic literature review was conducted to enhance the understanding of the phenomenon. Web of Science and Scopus were employed to identify, extract, select, and review related articles using search keywords. Finally, articles from 25 SSCI-indexed journals were selected for this study. This systematic literature review identifies current research paths on digital entrepreneurship categorizing the key findings into themes, contexts, and methodologies using the TCM framework. Finally, we propose a conceptual model that presents how a traditional enterprise can transform into a digital enterprise. The study contributes to the understanding of the conceptualization of Digital Entrepreneurship by laying the groundwork for further research development encouraging researchers to investigate this phenomenon.
... For example, the pandemic has changed people's way of thinking, behavior, and their interests (Chakraborty & Paul & Sánchez-Morcilio, 2019;Arya et al., 2022;Hemsley-Brown, 2022;Kursan Milaković, 2021;Purohit et al., 2022;Chopdar et al., 2022). As an outcome, following experts (Basu et al., 2022;Kajol et al., 2022), we realize that there is a need to develop novel theories, methods, and scales to conduct research studies on skilled migration in the post-pandemic era to understand new dynamics, processes, patterns, and problems. ...
The foundation of organizations and knowledge-based economies is widely considered to be human capital and knowledge workers. This review synthesizes prior research on skilled migration, brain gain, and brain drain, occurring because of the cross-border migration of skilled professionals. The review comprises 75 studies, synthesizes findings, and develops a conceptual framework for enablers of skilled migration across the border, resulting in brain drain and brain gain. We support previous theories on international migration, stating wage differentials, employment, better earning, and family life as reasons for migration, as well as we provide the basis of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs theory and Herzberg’s two-factor theory to explain the phenomenon of skilled migration. The conceptual model proposed elucidates the brain drain and brain gain outcomes, thereby surfacing a formative base for future research agenda. Keywords: Brain drain Brain gain Systematic literature review (SLR) Skilled professionals Migration Exodus Mobility Brain circulation