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Exploring Consumer Associations between Corporate Reputation, Corporate Sustainability and Product Attributes within Utilitarian Market Contexts
(Taylor and Francis, 2017-06-09)
Much of the extant literature proposes that contemporary motivated consumers assess, evaluate and differentiate firms based not only on their corporate reputation (CR), but also on their corporate sustainability (CS) ...
It’s mine: Participation and ownership within virtual value co-creation enviornments.
Interpretations of value and the processes of value creation are rapidly evolving from product and firm centric perspectives to personalised consumer experiences. However, whilst much of the literature in this area advocates ...
The role of product attributes in influencing consumer perceptions of corporate reputation and corporate sustainability strategy
(2nd International Colloquium on Design, Branding and Marketing, 2014)
Performance Trust: Internet of Things
(International Colloquium on Relationship Marketing, 2016)
Co-creation and ambiguous ownership within virtual communities: The case of the Machinima community
(John Wiley & Sons, 2014)
Trust and the Internet of Things: Dimensions and Predictors
(ANZMAC: Marketing in a Post-Disciplinary Era, 2016)
Convergence markets: Virtual Corpo[reality]
(International Society of Markets and Development (Digital Commons), 2019)
Trust and its predictors within a cyber-physical system context
This research aims to provide empirically derived insights into trust and its predictors within a cyber-physical system context of a household service. The methodology comprises an innovative mixed methods design encompassing ...