Martin Hingley
Martin Hingley
Professor of Strategic Marketing, University of Lincoln
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Power to all our friends? Living with imbalance in supplier–retailer relationships
MK Hingley
Industrial Marketing Management 34 (8), 848-858, 2005
Value in business and industrial marketing: Past, present, and future
A Lindgreen, MK Hingley, DB Grant, RE Morgan
Industrial Marketing Management 41 (1), 207-214, 2012
Power imbalanced relationships: cases from UK fresh food supply
MK Hingley
International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management, 2005
Using fourth‐party logistics management to improve horizontal collaboration among grocery retailers
M Hingley, A Lindgreen, DB Grant, C Kane
Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, 2011
Power imbalance in UK agri-food supply channels: Learning to live with the supermarkets?
MK Hingley
Journal of Marketing Management 21 (1-2), 63-88, 2005
Traceability as part of competitive strategy in the fruit supply chain
M Canavari, R Centonze, M Hingley, R Spadoni
British Food Journal 112 (2), 171-186, 2010
The importance of brand in the industrial purchase decision: a case study of the UK tractor market
K Walley, P Custance, S Taylor, A Lindgreen, M Hingley
Journal of Business & Industrial Marketing, 2007
Sustainability of supply chains in the wake of the coronavirus (COVID-19/SARS-CoV-2) pandemic: lessons and trends
ABL de Sousa Jabbour, CJC Jabbour, M Hingley, EL Vilalta-Perdomo, ...
Modern Supply Chain Research and Applications, 2020
The impact of food safety and animal welfare policies on supply chain management: the case of the Tesco meat supply chain
A Lindgreen, M Hingley
British Food Journal, 2003
Relationship management in the supply chain
M Hingley
The International Journal of Logistics Management 12 (2), 57-71, 2001
Intermediaries in power-laden retail supply chains: An opportunity to improve buyer–supplier relationships and collaboration
M Hingley, A Lindgreen, DB Grant
Industrial Marketing Management 50, 78-84, 2015
Marketing of agricultural products: case findings
M Hingley, A Lindgreen
British food journal, 2002
Supplier-retailer relationships in the UK fresh produce supply chain
M Hingley, A Lindgreen, B Casswell
Journal of International Food & Agribusiness Marketing 18 (1-2), 49-86, 2006
Sustainability in alternative food networks: A systematic literature review
R Michel-Villarreal, M Hingley, M Canavari, I Bregoli
Sustainability 11 (3), 859, 2019
Radio frequency identification tagging: Supplier attitudes to implementation in the grocery retail sector
M Hingley, S Taylor, C Ellis
International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management, 2007
Differentiation strategies in vertical channels: A case study from the market for fresh produce
M Hingley, V Sodano, A Lindgreen
British Food Journal, 2008
Exploring growth in vertical inter‐firm relationships: small‐medium firms supplying multiple food retailers
RK Blundel, M Hingley
Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 2001
The current situation and future conceptualization of power in industrial markets
M Hingley, R Angell, A Lindgreen
Industrial Marketing Management 48, 226-230, 2015
Agricultural cooperatives and market orientation: A challenging combination?
J Bijman
Market Orientation, 151-168, 2016
Tracing the evolution of purchasing research: future trends and directions for purchasing practices
R Mogre, A Lindgreen, M Hingley
Journal of Business & Industrial Marketing, 2017
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