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Consumer perceived value: The development of a multiple item scale
Abstract Value creation is widely discussed in the practitioner literature and is often a part of organizations’ mission statements and objectives. It is seen by many commentators as the key toExpand
¿Push-Pull¿ Factors Influencing International Student Destination Choice
Examines the factors motivating international student choice of the host country. It describes a “push‐pull” model motivating the student’s desire to seek overseas education and influencing theExpand
The Role of Perceived Risk in the Quality-Value Relationship: A Study in a Retail Environment
This study extends previous research on perceived value by including the role of perceived risk within a model of the antecedents and consequences of perceived value. The model was tested in a retailExpand
VALUE, SATISFACTION AND BEHAVIORAL INTENTIONS IN AN ADVENTURE TOURISM CONTEXT
Abstract The growth in demand for adventure tourism has been significant in recent years. This study applied an existing marketing framework and empirically examined the relationships between value,Expand
Students’ preferences for university: a conjoint analysis
Tertiary education has become more competitive in recent years due to reductions in government funding and higher student fees. As the nature of the environment grows more competitive, the role ofExpand
Risk, uncertainty and the theory of planned behavior: A tourism example
The differential impacts risk and uncertainty have on travel decision-making were explored by examining the constructs' influence on the antecedents of intentions to visit Australia using the theoryExpand
Factors influencing word of mouth effectiveness: receiver perspectives
Purpose – Word of mouth (WOM) is becoming increasingly recognized as an important form of promotion, particularly within professional services environments, where credence qualities play a criticalExpand
The structure of intraindividual value change.
TLDR
The greater the extent of life-changing events, the greater the value change found, whereas age was only a marginal negative predictor of value change when life events were taken into account. Expand
Cognitive Dissonance after Purchase: A Multidimensional Scale.
The concept of cognitive dissonance has been discussed widely in the consumer behavior literature, yet paradoxically, there is no well established scale to measure it. This article describes theExpand
What individual investors value: Some Australian evidence
Abstract More than 50% of Australians own shares either directly or through managed funds. As the `baby boomers' age, government policy is encouraging individuals to take responsibility for their ownExpand
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