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Consumer-Retailer Emotional Attachment: Some Antecedents and the Moderating Role of Attachment Anxiety
Brands enjoy significant benefits with emersion in emotionally strong relationships. These benefits include positively biased brands perceptions, devaluation of alternatives, true brand loyalty, andExpand
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RFID-enabled traceability in the food supply chain
We study the main requirements of traceability and examine how the technology of radio frequency identification can address these requirements. Expand
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Consumer acceptance of RFID-enabled services: a model of multiple attitudes, perceived system characteristics and individual traits
The introduction of emerging technologies in retailing and their infusion in the service encounter necessitates research to better understand consumer attitudes towards the usage of technology in service delivery systems. Expand
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Collaborative supply chain practices and evolving technological approaches
Purpose – This paper aims to give an overview of supply chain collaboration practices and the way the underlying enabling technologies have evolved, from the classical EDI approach, to web‐based andExpand
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Effects of Expiration Date-Based Pricing on Brand Image Perceptions
Expiration date-based pricing (EDBP) occurs when a grocery retailer reduces the price of a perishable product according to its remaining shelf life. While, conventional wisdom suggests that thisExpand
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The impact of replenishment parameters and information sharing on the bullwhip effect: A computational study
Demand variability amplification across the supply chain, known as the bullwhip effect, results in serious inefficiencies across the chain. Expand
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Collaborative performance measurement in supply chain
This paper demonstrates the challenges when developing a common performance measurement system (PMS) in the context of a collaborative supply chain. Expand
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The impact of collaborative store ordering on shelf availability
Purpose – This paper aims to focus on the store ordering and replenishment practices which appear to be the major cause behind the problem of out‐of‐stock situations. A collaborative storeExpand
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Deploying RFID-Enabled Services in the Retail Supply Chain: Lessons Learned toward the Internet of Things
The authors communicate the lessons learned during the deployment of two RFID retail applications—namely dynamic pricing of fresh products and management of promotions in the supermarket floor—in two real-life pilot sites in Greece and Ireland. Expand
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Implementation of collaborative e-supply-chain initiatives: an initial challenging and final success case from grocery retailing
We discuss the challenges of implementing an Internet-based platform for creating collaborative supply chains using a case study in the retail sector. Expand
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