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Feeling Safe in the Dark : Examining the Effect of Entrapment, Lighting Levels, and Gender on Feelings of Safety and Lighting Policy Acceptability
This research examined to what extent physical factors, notably lighting and entrapment (blocked escape), and individual factors, notably gender, affect feelings of safety and the acceptability of reduced lighting levels. ...
Older shopper types from store image factors
Cultural and religiosity drivers and satisfaction outcomes of consumer perceived deception in online shopping
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to develop and test a model that focuses on the cultural and religiosity drivers and satisfaction outcomes of consumer perceptions about online retailers’ deceptive practices. It ...
Understanding the determinants of hotel booking intentions and moderating role of habit
(Elsevier Ltd, 2016-04-01)
When there are more and more online hotel consumers, it is important for industry players to know why consumers prefer one online booking channel among others. Grounded in the commitment–trust theory (KMV) and the Technology ...
Servitization strategies from customers’ perspective: the moderating role of co-creation
Purpose: This research aims at investigating the moderating role of co-creation in the implementation of servitization strategies in the pharmaceutical industry in a B-to-B context. More specifically, this investigation ...
Business ecosystem research agenda: more dynamic, more embedded, and more internationalized
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2018-07)