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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to provide an in-depth examination of country-of-origin (COO) perceptions of consumers in a multinational setting. It shows how explanatory factors like demographics, familiarity with a country’s products, purchase behaviour and psychological variables jointly work to explain consumers’ COO perceptions.… (More)
This paper presents the results of a survey of 200 male consumers in Chile. In this study, country-of-origin information was manipulated along two dimensions, namely country of design and country of assembly. Consumer judgments of the quality and purchase value of stimulus profiles of automobiles, VCR and shoes were obtained in a multi-cue context. The… (More)
This article reports on the results of research on job-related perceptions and motivations of students in Bolivia and Canada. Data were collected from 590 English Canadians and 142 Bolivian students. The results indicated that there was no difference between the students’ scores on the job factors and their achievement needs were similar. The Bolivian… (More)
This paper presents the results of a survey of 422 male consumers, 200 in Chile and 222 in Belgium. In this study, country-of-origin information was manipulated along two dimensions, namely country of design and country of assembly. Consumer judgments of quality and purchase value of stimulus profiles from automobiles, VCR and shoes were obtained in a… (More)
Significant attention in the marketing literature has been devoted to the topic of understanding the role of country of origin (COO) in consumer behaviour (Papadopoulos and Heslop, 2003). COO represents an important aspect of a product’s image that companies use to differentiate their goods and services (Al-Sulaiti and Baker, 1998). It has become one of the… (More)
A random survey involving 1847 patients attending Juba Teaching Hospital irrespective of complaint revealed presense of anaemia in 79.53% of cases. The prevalence in children under 9 years was 94.83%.
Prevalence of ABO blood groups and Rhesus-factor in Southern Sudanese is shown in the Study. 42.81% were group A. group AB was the least common. Only 0.47% were negative for RH-factor.