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Saint Petersburg State University

EducationSaint Petersburg, Russia
About: Saint Petersburg State University is a education organization based out in Saint Petersburg, Russia. It is known for research contribution in the topics: Population & Scattering. The organization has 29197 authors who have published 53480 publications receiving 1118344 citations. The organization is also known as: St. Petersburg University & St. Petersburg State University.


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TL;DR: In this paper, the authors address three questions: (1) Why are some organizations more market-oriented than others? (2) What effect does a market orientation have on employees and business performance? (3) D...
Abstract: This research addresses three questions: (1) Why are some organizations more market-oriented than others? (2) What effect does a market orientation have on employees and business performance? (3) D...

7,595 citations

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TL;DR: The literature reflects remarkably little effort to develop a framework for understanding the implementation of the marketing concept as mentioned in this paper, and the authors synthesize extant knowledge on the subject and pro-pose a knowledge-based approach.
Abstract: The literature reflects remarkably little effort to develop a framework for understanding the implementation of the marketing concept. The authors synthesize extant knowledge on the subject and pro...

7,495 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, a model of a distribution firm and a manufacturer working partnership is presented and is assessed empirically on a sample of distributor firms and an empirically verified sample of manufacturer firms.
Abstract: A model of distributor firm and manufacturer firm working partnerships is presented and is assessed empirically on a sample of distributor firms and a sample of manufacturer firms. A multiple-infor...

5,699 citations

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TL;DR: The Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) as discussed by the authors is a theory of measurement through pairwise comparisons and relies on the judgements of experts to derive priority scales, these scales are these scales that measure intangibles in relative terms.
Abstract: Decisions involve many intangibles that need to be traded off. To do that, they have to be measured along side tangibles whose measurements must also be evaluated as to, how well, they serve the objectives of the decision maker. The Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) is a theory of measurement through pairwise comparisons and relies on the judgements of experts to derive priority scales. It is these scales that measure intangibles in relative terms. The comparisons are made using a scale of absolute judgements that represents, how much more, one element dominates another with respect to a given attribute. The judgements may be inconsistent, and how to measure inconsistency and improve the judgements, when possible to obtain better consistency is a concern of the AHP. The derived priority scales are synthesised by multiplying them by the priority of their parent nodes and adding for all such nodes. An illustration is included.

5,663 citations

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TL;DR: Optimal auctions are derived for a wide class of auction design problems when the seller has imperfect information about how much the buyers might be willing to pay for the object.
Abstract: This paper considers the problem faced by a seller who has a single object to sell to one of several possible buyers, when the seller has imperfect information about how much the buyers might be willing to pay for the object. The seller's problem is to design an auction game which has a Nash equilibrium giving him the highest possible expected utility. Optimal auctions are derived in this paper for a wide class of auction design problems.

5,510 citations


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NameH-indexPapersCitations
Hyun-Chul Kim1764076183227
Jay Hauser1552145132683
Stephen J. O'Brien153106293025
Andrew Ivanov142181297390
Iskander Ibragimov12988979996
David B. Audretsch12667172456
Yuri S. Kivshar126184579415
Mark G. Kris12568177596
Yehuda Shoenfeld125162977195
René M. Stulz12447081342
Ulrich S. Schubert122222985604
Henry F. Schaefer111161168695
Philip Kotler10947167350
Jean Jouzel10438664088
Richard P. Bagozzi104347103667
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Performance
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No. of papers from the Institution in previous years
YearPapers
202256
20213,336
20204,221
20193,681
20183,432
20173,448