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Jūratė Kuklytė and Jolita Vveinhardt

: Constructing Supply Chains to Address Voids in Subsistence Markets // Journal of Operations Management. Vol. 33/34, p. 60-70. doi: 10.1016/j.jom.2014.10.007. 41. Pellicer-Sifres, V., Belda-Miquel, S., Lopez-Fogues, A., Boni Aristizabal, A. (2017). GrassrootsSocial Innovation for Human Development: An Analysis of Alternative Food Networks in the City of Valencia (Spain) // Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, p. 1-17. doi: 10.1080/19452829.2016.1270916. 42. Petrini, M., Scherer, P., Back, L. (2016). Business Model with a Social

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Paulius Bakanauskas and Justinas Kisieliauskas

References 1. Aaker, D. (1996). Building Strong Brands. – New York: The Free Press. 2. Bennett, S. (April 25 th , 2014). Social Media Business Statistics, Facts, Figures & Trends 2014. Adweek. Internet access: http://www.adweek.com/socialtimes/social-business-trends-2014/498129 [accessed April 11, 2017]. 3. Bergström, T., Bäckman, L. (2013). Marketing and PR in Social Media. – Stockholm: Stockholms universitet. 4. Bevins, C. D. (2014). A Visual Social Semiotic Analysis of Target’s Branding Using Instagram: Master’s Thesis. – Faculty of

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Margaret Heffernan and Eoin Rochford

status positions. In contrast, those with low social status receive less number of positive cues, resulting in more negative work-related perceptions ( Smith-Doerr et al., 2004 ). Such cues can signal the vital role that a well-positioned employee plays in the organisation, his or her importance in getting things done, and the rewards the employee can anticipate as a result, which in turn shape the employee’s beliefs that the organisation is more obligated to provide him or her with benefits and resources in return. In network analysis, centrality is an important

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Aidan Duane and Philip O’Reilly

firm: Can negative employee posts lead to positive outcomes’. Information Systems Research , 23: 2, 306-322. Aggarwal R. Gopal R. Sankaranarayanan R. Vir Singh P. 2011 ‘Blog, blogger, and the firm: Can negative employee posts lead to positive outcomes’ Information Systems Research 23 2 306 322 Aguenza, B.B. and Mat Som, A.P. (2012). ‘A conceptual analysis of social networking and its impact on employee productivity’. IOSR Journal of Business and Management , 1: 2, 48-52. 10.9790/487X-0124852 Aguenza B.B. Mat Som A.P. 2012 ‘A conceptual analysis of

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Christine Cross and Michelle O’Sullivan

Heffernan and Hughes examines the impact of psychological contract breach on turnover intentions. The moderating effects of social networks in the workplace on turnover intentions are an integral component in understanding this impact. The authors used a survey approach with officers from the Irish Defence Forces. Their findings on the identification of social networks as a moderator of psychological contract breach and turnover makes an important contribution to the extant literature. Breen’s paper, the fourth paper in this special issue, informs management educators

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Sonata Staniulienė and Brigita Kučinskaitė

Collaboration in a Competitive Environment: A Case Study // Just Policy. No. 21, p. 8-15. 14. Hodgetts, R. M. (1999). Modern Human Relations at Work. - Orlando: The Dryden Press. 15. Jones, C., Volpe, E. H. (2010). Organizational Identification: Extending our Understanding of Social Identities through Social Networks // Journal of Organizational Behavior. Vol. 32, Issue 2. doi: 10.1002/job.694. 16. Jucaitytė, I., Maščinskienė, J. (2011). Vertės kūrimas santykių verslas - verslui rinkos kontekste // Ekonomika ir vadyba. Nr. 16

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Dominyka Venciūtė

Media in Terms of Brand Equity Creation? // Management Research Review. Vol. 35(9), pp. 770–790. doi: 10.1108/01409171211255948. 11. Cho, H. J., Pucik, V. (2005). Relationship between Innovativeness, Quality, Growth, Profitability, and Market Value // Strategic Management Journal. Vol. 26(6), pp. 555–575. doi: 10.1002/smj.461. 12. Chu, S. C., Kim, Y. (2011). Determinants of Consumer Engagement in Electronic Wordof-Mouth (eWOM) in Social Networking Sites // International Journal of Advertising. Vol. 30(1), pp. 47–75. doi: 10.2501/IJA-30-1-047-075. 13

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Thomas O’Toole, Felicity Kelliher and Denis Harrington

embedded in the nature of the owner/manager and enhancing his/her ability to use networks as a source of developing innovation and is a key element to enhancing performance innovation in a recovering economy. Being able to see the potential of networks as social and economic conduits to address innovation as well as resource constraints beyond the boundary of the firm or the founder’s existing social network is a starting point in the emergence of innovation network capability in the owner/manager ( McGrath and O’Toole, 2013 ). Inherent in the emergence of the dynamic

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Asta Gaigalienė and Dovydas Česnys

// Applied Economics. Vol. 47, No. 1, pp. 54–70. https://doi.org/10.1080/00036846.2014.962222 6. Fong, A. (2015). Regulation of Peer-to-Peer Lending in Hong Kong: State of Play // Law and Financial Markets Review. Vol. 9, No. 4, pp. 251–259. https://doi.org/10.1080/17521440.2015.1114248 7. Freedman, S., Jin, G. Z. (2017). The Information Value of Online Social Networks: Lessons from Peer-to-Peer Lending // International Journal of Industrial Organization. Vol. 51, pp. 185–222. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijindorg.2016.09.002 8. Funding Circle Statistics

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Irina Liubertė

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