Christos Anagnostopoulos (Ph.D)
Christos Anagnostopoulos (Ph.D)
Ass. Professor Sport Management, UCLan Cyprus & Molde University College
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‘You’ll never tweet alone’: Managing sports brands through social media
P Parganas, C Anagnostopoulos, S Chadwick
Journal of Brand Management 22 (7), 551-568, 2015
1292015
Corporate social responsibility and governance in sport:“Oh, the things you can find, if you don’t stay behind!”
T Breitbarth, S Walzel, C Anagnostopoulos, F van Eekeren
Corporate Governance, 2015
1062015
Corporate social responsibility in professional team sport organisations: Towards a theory of decision-making
C Anagnostopoulos, T Byers, D Shilbury
European Sport Management Quarterly 14 (3), 259-281, 2014
1032014
Branding in pictures: using Instagram as a brand management tool in professional team sport organisations
C Anagnostopoulos, P Parganas, S Chadwick, A Fenton
European Sport Management Quarterly 18 (4), 413-438, 2018
1012018
Implementing corporate social responsibility in English football: Towards multi-theoretical integration
C Anagnostopoulos, D Shilbury
Sport, Business and Management: An International Journal, 2013
972013
Corporate social responsibility in professional team sports organizations: An integrative review
S Walzel, J Robertson, C Anagnostopoulos
Journal of Sport Management 32 (6), 511-530, 2018
612018
Applying a communicating vessels framework to CSR value co-creation: Empirical evidence from professional team sport organizations
D Kolyperas, C Anagnostopoulos, S Chadwick, L Sparks
Journal of Sport Management 30 (6), 702-719, 2016
542016
Implementing corporate social responsibility through social partnerships
G Walters, C Anagnostopoulos
Business Ethics: A European Review 21 (4), 417-433, 2012
542012
Corporate social responsibility through sport: a longitudinal study of the FTSE100 companies
T Bason, C Anagnostopoulos
Sport, Business and Management: An International Journal, 2015
502015
Stakeholder management in Greek professional football: identification and salience
C Anagnostopoulos
Soccer & Society 12 (2), 249-264, 2011
502011
Effects of social media interactions on brand associations: A comparative study of soccer fan clubs
P Parganas, C Anagnostopoulos, S Chadwick
International Journal of Sports Marketing and Sponsorship, 2017
392017
Get ready to innovate! Staff’s disposition to implement service innovation in non-profit sport organisations
M Winand, C Anagnostopoulos
International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics 9 (4), 579-595, 2017
372017
Stakeholder communication in 140 characters or less: A study of community sport foundations
C Anagnostopoulos, L Gillooly, D Cook, P Parganas, S Chadwick
VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 28 …, 2017
372017
Passion in the workplace: empirical insights from team sport organisations
C Anagnostopoulos, M Winand, D Papadimitriou
European sport management quarterly 16 (4), 385-412, 2016
342016
Social media strategy in professional football: The case of Liverpool FC
P Parganas, C Anagnostopoulos
Sports Management International Journal Choregia 11 (2), 61-75, 2015
31*2015
Understanding control in nonprofit organisations: moving governance research forward?
T Byers, C Anagnostopoulos, G Brooke-Holmes
Corporate Governance, 2015
272015
Organisational learning for corporate social responsibility in sport organisations
G Zeimers, C Anagnostopoulos, T Zintz, A Willem
European Sport Management Quarterly 19 (1), 80-101, 2019
262019
Social media-based sponsorship activation–a typology of content
L Gillooly, C Anagnostopoulos, S Chadwick
Sport, Business and Management: An International Journal, 2017
242017
Understanding strategic decision-making through a multi-paradigm perspective: The case of charitable foundations in English football
C Anagnostopoulos, T Byers, D Kolyperas
Sport, Business and Management: An International Journal, 2017
232017
Routledge Handbook of Football Business and Management
S Chadwick, D Parnell, P Widdop, C Anagnostopoulos
Routledge, 2019
182019
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