Kaunas, Lithuania

Economics, Business and Management Academic Centre, School of Economics and Business, Kaunas university of technology

Team members

  • Professor Liudmila Bagdonienė, PhD

    E: liudmila.bagdoniene@ktu.lt
    W: Personal page at Kaunas university of technology
    Economics, Business and Management Academic Centre, School of Economics and Business,
    Kaunas university of technology,
    Gedimino str. 50- 425,
    LT 44239 Kaunas, Lithuania
    Main research interests:
    Service innovation, business relationships, value co-creation, customer participation, health care marketing
  • Professor Jurgita Sekliuckienė, PhD

    E: jurgita.sekliuckiene@ktu.lt
    W: Personal page at Kaunas university of technology
    Main research interests:
    Business internationalization and international entrepreneurship, export strategies, services internationalization, intercultural management, strategic management
  • Assoc. prof. Rimantė Hopenienė, PhD

    E: rimante.hopeniene@ktu.lt
    Economics, Business and Management Academic Centre, School of Economics and Business,
    Kaunas university of technology,
    Gedimino str. 50 – 421,
    LT 44239 Kaunas, Lithuania
    Main research interests
    Service customer experience, relationship marketing, tourism marketing and place marketing, social responsibility
  • Assoc. prof. Ginta Railienė, PhD
    E: ginta.railiene@ktu.lt
    Main research interests:
    Financial innovations, corporate finance management, economic and business development, business support systems
  • Gintare Valkauskienė, PhD student

    E: gintare.valkauskiene@ktu.edu
    Economics, Business and Management Academic Centre, School of Economics and Business,
    Kaunas university of technology,
    Gedimino str. 50- 425,
    LT 44239 Kaunas, Lithuania
    Research topic
    Enabling the client for value co-creation in service innovation: resources and capabilities approach

Selected References

View references in 2018
  • Bagdonienė, L., & Valkauskienė, G. (2018). Working together: understanding value co-creation processes in professional service delivery. Engineering economics, 29(1), 104-114.
  • Rūtelionė, A.; Hopenienė, R. & Žalimienė, K. (2018). Linking destination brand personality, self-congruity and tourist behaviour: a local spa resort case study. Lex Localis – Journal of local self-government. 16 (2), 293-310.
View references in 2017
  • Bagdonienė, L., & Valkauskienė, G. (2017). Value co-creation and service innovation: what resources are necessary to be integrated? In Mechanisms of interaction between competitiveness and innovation in modern international economic relations: collective monograph (vol. 1, pp. 70-83). Riga: ISMA University.
  • Sekliuckienė, J., Pisoni, A., Onetti, A., Cannone, G., Matiušinaitė, A. (2017). Early internationalising firms: the age effect on entrepreneurial behaviour // World Review of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development. Brighton : Inderscience Enterprises Ldt, 2017, vol. 13, no. 5-6, p. 707-733.
  • Sekliuckienė, J. (2017). Factors leading to early internationalization in emerging Central and Eastern European economies: empirical evidence from new ventures in Lithuania // European business review. Bingley : Emerald. 2017, vol. 29, iss. 2, p. 219-242.
  • Valkauskienė, G., & Bagdonienė, L. (2017). Resources and capabilities as enablers of value co-creation in service innovation. In RESER 2017: 27th annual RESER conference “The crucial role of services in business and cities competitiveness”, September 7-9, 2017, Bilbao, Spain: proceedings (pp. 552-564).
View references in 2016
  • Bagdonienė, L., & Valkauskienė, G. (2016). Strategic matters of the customer co-creation in service innovation. In RESER 2016 [elektroninis išteklius]: proceedings of the 26th annual RESER conference “What’s ahead in service research: new perspectives for business and society “, September 8-10, 2016, Naples, Italy (pp. 972-986).
  • Hopenienė, R. & Rūtelionė, A. (2016). Relationship quality in tourism: a case of local tourism cluster in Lithuania. Lex Localis – Journal of local self-government, 16( 2), 225-250.
  • Railienė, G., Ivaškevičiūtė, L. (2016). Information quality for P2P platform selection in a global environment // 16th International scientific coonference “Globalization and its socio – economic consequences”, 5-6 October 2016, Rajecke Teplice, Slovak Republic : proceedings /Edited by Tomas Kliestik. Zilina: University of Zilina, p. 1840-1847.
  • Rasli, A., Sekliuckienė, J., Baghirov, F., Zhang, Y. (2016). Assessment of services quality and satisfaction: comparative study of Turkish students in Lithuanian and Malaysian universities // Transformations in business & economics, 2016, vol. 15, iss. 2(38), p. 131-147.
  • Šalčiuvienė, L.; Hopenienė, R. & Dovalienė, A. (2016). Perceived corporate social responsibility and its implementation in practice: the case of Lithuanian small and medium-sized enterprises. Engineering economics, 27(4), 479-490.
View references in 2015
  • Bagdonienė, L. & Hopenienė, R. (2015). Coopetition usefulness: what do the agents of Lithuanian travel trade market think? Procedia social and behavioral sciences : 20th international scientific conference economics and management 2015 (ICEM-2015). Amsterdam : Elsevier, vol. 213, 824-829.
  • Bagdonienė, L., & Langvinienė, N. (2015). Baltic States as a health and wellness destination branding: reflective analysis of website content. Social Research, (1), 43-56.
  • Railienė, G. (2015). E-finance innovations through social activities: the case of Lithuanian banking services // International journal of business excellence. Olney: Inderscience. 2015, vol. 8, iss. 4, p. 417-432.
  • Railienė, G. (2015). E-transparency as an organizational innovation in financial services – the case of Lithuania // Journal of innovation management: the international journal on multidisciplinary approaches on innovation. Porto : University of Porto. 2015, vol. 3, iss. 1, p. 85-103.
  • Sekliuckienė, J. (2015). International entrepreneurship: linking entrepreneurial motivation, orientation and network relationship // Amfiteatru economic / Academy of Economic Studies. Faculty of Commerce. Bucharest: Editura ASE, 2015, Vol. 17, No. 38, p. 327-341.
View references in 2014 – 2008
  • Bagdonienė, L. (2013). Vartotojo dalyvavimo, teikiant žinioms imliąsias verslo paslaugas, valdymas: teorinės įžvalgos: Mokslo studija (The management of customer participation in providing knowledge intensive business services: theoretical insights. Monograph). Kaunas: Technologija, 122 p.
  • Bagdonienė, L., & Hopenienė, R. (2013). Interdependence and trust in business relationships development: the differences of Lithuanian professional services providers’ and clients’ approaches. Engineering economics, 24(2), 160-168.
  • Hopenienė, R., Railienė, G., Kazlauskienė, E. (2009). Potential of virtual organizing of tourism business system actors. Engineering economics, No. 3(63), p. 75-85.
  • Langvinienė, N., Sekliuckienė, J. (2009). Factors of influence on successful development of Lithuanian resort wellness SPA services // Social Sciences, 2009, No. 4(66), p. 72-81.
  • Sližienė, G., Railienė, G. (2009). Financial measurement of marketing performance//Changes in Social and Business Environment: proceedings of the 3rd international conference, November 4-5, 2009, Kaunas University of Technology, p. 363-370.
  • Langvinienė, N., Sekliuckienė, J. (2008). Assessment of SPA services quality in Lithuania: customer’s viewpoint // Amfiteatru economic / Academy of Economic Studies. Faculty of Commerce. Bucharest: Editura ASE, 2008, p. 230-241.