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Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science

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12.05.2021 | Review Paper

Pandemics and marketing: insights, impacts, and research opportunities

Pandemics have been an unfortunate but consistent facet of human existence over centuries, threatening lives as well as livelihoods globally. Disconcertingly, their frequency persists, with four “major” pandemics disrupting the planet in the last …

13.04.2021 | Original Empirical Research

Separating customer heterogeneity, points pressure and rewarded behavior to assess a retail loyalty program

Analyses of loyalty programs typically show collection spikes around redemptions. A spike might be caused by increased collector spending to facilitate a redemption (points pressure). The redemption might also encourage increased spending …

08.04.2021 | Original Empirical Research

The influence of the online community, professional critics, and location similarity on review ratings for niche and mainstream brands

Distinctions in the attributes of niche versus mainstream brands are leveraged to explain differences in the drivers of online review ratings. Specifically, we examine how customer review valence, professional critics review valence, community …

05.04.2021 | Original Empirical Research

Seller marketing capability, brand reputation, and consumer journeys on e-commerce platforms

Seller marketing capability and brand reputation are central to firm performance and customer behaviors. However, little is known about how these two dimensions matter in the increasingly important domain of e-commerce platforms, where sellers are …

05.04.2021 | Original Empirical Research

Exploring embeddedness, centrality, and social influence on backer behavior: the role of backer networks in crowdfunding

This research examines the influence of backers’ social networks on their backing behavior using data from a large social networking site and a reward-based crowdfunding platform. We distinguish the roles of nodes and ties in a backer’s social …

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