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Kristian Möller received the 2013 Best Paper Award by Industrial Marketing Management journal

The paper provides novel lenses for making sense of the business marketing research.

Theory map of business marketing: Relationships and networks perspectives” paper published in the Industrial Marketing Management (Vol. 42, April 42, 2013) by Professor (Emeritus) Kristian Möller received journal’s 2013 Best Paper Award. 

The award-winning article addresses the theory development of business marketing during the last ten years and provides a road map for understanding and guiding theory development.     

The paper provides a positioning map and comparative analysis of the key research approaches to business marketing. Additionally the different streams of relationship marketing and network approaches with their pros and cons are presented in a nutshell. 


Theory map of business marketing 
(ScienceDirect.com)

Invitation to review the marketing research activities in CBS 

As another news, we are pleased to tell that Kristian Möller and Susan Hart (Dean of the Strathclyde Business School) have been invited to review the research activities of the Copenhagen Business School (CBS). Their task is to review the research activity of the Marketing Department which has nearly 100 faculty members of which over 20 held various professorial positions.

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