Review of Marketing Research

Review of Marketing Research : Volume 2

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"The Review of Marketing Research" annual series provides current, state-of-the-art articles by the marketing field's leading researchers and academicians. Unlike other research publications in the field that impose rigid limitations on the length of articles, RMR publishes longer chapters that are not only theoretically rigorous but also offer richer detail, including literature reviews, cutting-edge methodologies, empirical studies, emerging trends, international developments, guidelines for implementation, and suggestions for further theory development and testing. Edited by Narash K. Malhotra along with a distinguished Editorial Review Board drawn from the leading figures in marketing research and theory, the annual "Review of Marketing Research" volumes include approximately 7-8 chapters. Each contribution undergoes a double-blind review process, and each volume represents an across-the-board view of the full range of current marketing research methodologies. No marketing bookshelf or library will be complete without this annual series.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 256 pages
  • 175.3 x 254 x 22.9mm | 544.32g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • tables, figures, bibliographic references, index
  • 0765613050
  • 9780765613059

Table of contents

Review of Marketing Research: Some Reflections, Naresh K. Malhotra; 1. Consumer Action: Automaticity, Purposiveness, and Self-Regulation, Richard P. Bagozzi; 2. Looking Through the Crystal Ball: Affective Forecasting and Misforecasting in Consumer Behavior, Deborah J. MacInnis, Vanessa M. Patrick, and C. Whan Park; 3. Consumer Use of the Internet in Search for Automobiles: Literature Review, a Conceptual Framework, and an Empirical Investigation, Brian T. Ratchford, Myung-Soo Lee, and Debabrata Talukdar; 4. Categorization: A Review and an Empirical Investigation of the Evaluation Formation Process, Gina L. Miller, Naresh K. Malhotra, and Tracey M. King; 5. Individual-level Determinants of Consumers' Adoption and Usage of Technological Innovations: A Propositional Inventory, Shun Yin Lam and A. Parasuraman; 6. The Metrics Imperative: Making Marketing Matter, Donald R. Lehmann; 7. Multi-Level, Hierarchical Linear Models and Marketing: This Is Not Your Advisor's OLS Model, James L. Oakley, Dawn Iacobucci, and Adam Duhachek; About the Editor and Contributors; Index.
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