Business Professor joins review board of world leading service journal

Professor of Marketing at Roehampton Business School, Sabine Benoit, has been selected to join the editorial review board of the world leading service journal, Journal of Service Research.

Posted: 26 January 2015

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Professor Benoit has contributed to service research and the journal for many years both as an author and reviewer and has been invited to join the review board on the strength of this work.

Ranked number 26 of all business journals by Journal Citation Reports, it features articles from some of the world’s leading service experts from the academic world. Professor Benoit’s research, and that of the journal, aims to tackle some of the challenges providers face when supplying a service rather than a good.

Director of the Business School, Professor Julie Hall says, “Sabine joined us from EBS Business School, Germany in 2013 and has been a great asset to our school. Her extensive research in the fields of Service Management has informed her teaching with us and I’ve no doubt will inform her work on the review board.”

Professor Benoit will join four other leading academics from the UK on the panel, from London Business School, Imperial College London, and Cardiff and Loughborough universities. Her research interests include customer integration, convenience and on-the-go consumption as well as services in the shareconomy. She currently teaches Research Methods in the School of Business.

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