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Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science

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09.05.2020 | Original Empirical Research

The interplay between business and personal trust on relationship performance in conditions of market turbulence

Extant research examining interpersonal trust in business-to-business (B2B) buyer–seller relationships focuses on its multidimensionality, mainly from a business perspective. Our research captures an element of business relationships that is …

24.04.2020 | Original Empirical Research Open Access

Effects of front-of-pack labels on the nutritional quality of supermarket food purchases: evidence from a large-scale randomized controlled trial

To examine whether four pre-selected front-of-pack nutrition labels improve food purchases in real-life grocery shopping settings, we put 1.9 million labels on 1266 food products in four categories in 60 supermarkets and analyzed the nutritional …

09.03.2020 | Conceptual/Theoretical Paper

An emerging theory of loyalty program dynamics

As exemplary instruments of relationship marketing, loyalty programs are being implemented and studied at an unprecedented rate. Yet real-world efforts often fail—or at least do not live up to expectations—and despite the growing richness of …

03.03.2020 | Review Paper

Consumer dynamics: theories, methods, and emerging directions

Consumer attitudes and behaviors are fundamentally dynamic processes; thus, understanding consumer dynamics is crucial for truly understanding consumer behaviors and for firms to formulate appropriate actions. Recent history in empirical marketing …

26.02.2020 | Original Empirical Research

Toward a theory of spirals: the dynamic relationship between organizational pride and customer-oriented behavior

While previous studies have demonstrated that organizational pride (OP) enhances frontline employees’ customer-oriented behavior (COB), they have neglected to address the dynamics of the relationship. This research helps close this gap by …

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