Papaoikonomou, Eleni

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Position: Team Members Papaoikonomou, Eleni
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Location: Reus
Description:

Lecturer of Marketing at Rovira i Virgili University and visiting professor at the IESEG Management School in Paris. She holds a B.Sc. in finance and banking from the University of Pireaus in Greece, a M.Sc. in management from the University of Bath in the UK, a M.Sc. in industrial organisation from Rovira i Virgili University and a PhD. in consumer behaviour from the same university. Her research focuses on ethical consumption and entrepreneurship. Her articles have been published in journals such as Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Consumer Culture or International Journal of Consumer Studies.

Publications

Morlà, T., Joanpere, M. & Papaoikonomou, E. (2019). Promoting Creativity in the Cooperative Work Environment: A Case Study of the Lacol Cooperative. The Qualitative Report, 24(11), 2722-2746. [More]  Promoting Creativity in the Cooperative Work Environment: A Case Study of the Lacol Cooperative
Brunet, I., Hernández-Lara, A. B., Cascón-Pereira, R., Böcker, R., Papaoikonomou, E. & Moral Martín, D. (2017). Formación Profesional e innovación en Cataluña. Edicions Bellaterra. [More]  Formación Profesional e innovación en Cataluña
Valor, C., Papaoikonomou, E. & Martínez-de-Ibarreta, C. (2017). Consumer-to-consumer exchanges: A goal theory approach in the timebanking context. Spanish Journal of Marketing - ESIC, 21(1), 14-24. [More]  [DOI]  Consumer-to-consumer exchanges: A goal theory approach in the timebanking context
Papaoikonomou, E. & Valor, C. (2017). The Institutionalization of Alternative Economies: The Processes of Objectification in Time Banks. Journal Of Macromarketing, 37(2), 167-179. [More]  [DOI]  The Institutionalization of Alternative Economies: The Processes of Objectification in Time Banks
Papaoikonomou, E. & Ginieis, M. (2017). Putting the farmer's face on food: governance and the producer-consumer relationship in local food systems. Agriculture And Human Values, 34(1), 53-67. [More]  [DOI]  Putting the farmer's face on food: governance and the producer-consumer relationship in local food systems

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