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Limited evidence for servitization in UK publishing: An empirical analysis (2019)
Journal Article
Kharlamov, A., & Parry, G. (in press). Limited evidence for servitization in UK publishing: An empirical analysis. International Journal of Business Environment,

Servitization is a strategic transition of firms towards the creation of additional value through services. In this study we adopt a data-driven approach and assume that company activity descriptions are representative of their activity and partly re... Read More about Limited evidence for servitization in UK publishing: An empirical analysis.

Managing the personalization-privacy paradox: A systematic literature review (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Hsu, M., Kharlamov, A., & Parry, G. (2019, June). Managing the personalization-privacy paradox: A systematic literature review. Presented at Data for Policy

Effective utilization of personal data contributes to greater customer satisfaction and provides a better fit between the offer and the customer needs, which can be leveraged as competitive advantage. However, consumers may be reluctant to share thei... Read More about Managing the personalization-privacy paradox: A systematic literature review.

Advanced supply chains: Visibility, blockchain and human behaviour
Book Chapter
Kharlamov, A., & Parry, G. (2017). Advanced supply chains: Visibility, blockchain and human behaviour. In A. Moreira, L. Ferreira, & R. Zimmerman (Eds.), Innovation and Supply Chain Management - relationship, collaboration and strategiesSpringer International Publishing AG 2018

Technological advances over the last decade saw the rise of ICT and IoT, paving the way for the Supply Chain of Things. Blockchain technology was one of the most recent and potentially most significant developments. Blockchain technology are secure b... Read More about Advanced supply chains: Visibility, blockchain and human behaviour.