J Bus Res


Journal of Business Research, 120



How personalized advertising affects equity of brands advertised on Facebook? A mediation mechanism
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Political uncertainty and firm entry: Evidence from Chinese manufacturing industries
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Prior disclosure of product placement: The more explicit the disclosure, the better the brand recall and brand attitude
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Relationship learning and international customer involvement in new product design: The moderating roles of customer dependence and cultural distance
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Family support as social exchange in entrepreneurship: Its moderating impact on entrepreneurial stressors-well-being relationships
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Analysis of sustainable consumer behavior as a business opportunity
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Customer coproduction in healthcare service delivery: Examining the influencing effects of the social context
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The Presenter’s Paradox in customer service interactions
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Viewing time as a cross-media metric: Comparing viewing time for video advertising on television and online
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Understanding the value process: Value creation in a luxury service context
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CSR disclosure and firm performance: The mediating role of corporate reputation and moderating role of CEO integrity
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Using confirmatory composite analysis to assess emergent variables in business research
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Stay close but not too close: The role of similarity in the cross-gender extension of patronymic brands
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Engaging in new and more research-oriented R&D projects: Interplay between level of new slack, business strategy and slack absorption
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Access to resources and entrepreneurial well-being: A self-efficacy approach
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The effect of others’ participation on charitable behavior: Moderating role of recipient resource scarcity
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Dispositional optimism, entrepreneurial success and exit intentions: The mediating effects of life satisfaction
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The smart circular economy: A digital-enabled circular strategies framework for manufacturing companies
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Special issue

Artificial Intelligence and Robotics. Edited by: Michael Haenlein and Andreas Kaplan

Combining corporate governance indicators with stacking ensembles for financial distress prediction
Deron Liang, Chih-Fong Tsai, Hung-Yuan (Richard) Lu, Li-Shin Chang [Google Scholar]

Rising with the machines: A sociotechnical framework for bringing artificial intelligence into the organization
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Challenges and opportunities in new research methods in innovation, entrepreneurship, and knowledge topics. Edited by: Kun Huang, José-Manuel Guaita-Martínez, Domingo Ribeiro-Soriano

The impact of surge pricing on customer retention
Kun-Huang Huarng, Tiffany Hui-Kuang Yu [Google Scholar]

Special issue

Issues on Technology, information, and marketing that affect an interconnected world. Edited by: Kun Huang Huarng, Dolores Botella-Carrubi, Domingo Ribeiro-Soriano

Wearing failure as a path to innovation
João J.M. Ferreira, Cristina I. Fernandes, Fernando A.F. Ferreira [Google Scholar]

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GAMMA President’s Choice Awards. Guest Edited By: EunjuKo

Purchase now and consume later: Do online and offline environments drive online social interactions and sales?
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Exploring materialistic bandwagon behaviour in online fashion consumption: A survey of Chinese luxury consumers
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Sustainable marketing activities of traditional fashion market and brand loyalty
Jaesuk Jung, Sang Jin Kim, Kyung Hoon Kim [Google Scholar]

From clicks to bricks: The impact of product launches in offline stores for digital retailers
Yan Jiang, Jeeyeon Kim, Jeonghye Choi, Moon Young Kang [Google Scholar]

Pricing strategies under markets with time gap between purchase and consumption
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Fashion cewebrity involvement in new product development: Scale development and an empirical study
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Can’t help falling in love? How brand luxury generates positive consumer affect in social media
Timo Mandler, Marius Johnen, Jan-Frederik Gräve [Google Scholar]

Regulatory focus and decision rules: Are prevention-focused consumers regret minimizers?
Jooyoung Lim, Minhi Hahn [Google Scholar]

Testing a model of destination image formation: Application of Bayesian relational modelling and fsQCA
Fumiko Kano Glückstad, Mikkel N. Schmidt, Morten Mørup [Google Scholar]

COO in print advertising: Developed versus developing market comparisons
Katharina Petra Zeugner-Roth, Fabian Bartsch [Google Scholar]

The role of ambiguity and skepticism in the effectiveness of sustainability labeling
Yoon-Na Cho, Charles R. Taylor [Google Scholar]

Effects of experiential motivation and customer engagement on customer value creation: Analysis of psychological process in the experience-based retail environment
Myoung-a An, Sang-Lin Han [Google Scholar]

Impact of product characteristics of limited edition shoes on perceived value, brand trust, and purchase intention; focused on the scarcity message frequency
Heeju Chae, Seunggwan Kim, Jungguk Lee, Kyounghye Park [Google Scholar]

The effects of apparel names and visual complexity of apparel design on consumers’ apparel product attitudes: A mental imagery perspective
Jung Eun Lee, Eonyou Shin [Google Scholar]

The ‘perfect gift’ and the ‘best gift ever’: An integrative framework for truly special gifts
Ines Branco-Illodo, Teresa Heath [Google Scholar]

The effect of environmental cues on the purchase intention of sustainable products
Eung Jin Lee, Joonheui Bae, Kyung Hoon Kim [Google Scholar]

Effects of mergers and acquisitions on brand loyalty in luxury Brands: The moderating roles of luxury tier difference and social media
Yerim Chung, Alex Jiyoung Kim [Google Scholar]

A quantile regression approach to gaining insights for reacquition of defected customers
Changsok Yoo, Kyoung Cheon Cha, Sang-Hoon Kim [Google Scholar]

The effects of strategic alliance emphasis and marketing efficiency on firm value under different technological environments
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Does personality congruence explain luxury brand attachment? The results of an international research study
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Special issue

Biologically Based Business Research: Evolution and Consumer Behavior. Guest Edited By: TobiasOtterbring, Yexin Jessica Li, Jill Sundie, Sarah Hill, Geoffrey Miller

Evolutionary psychological consumer research: Bold, bright, but better with behavior
Tobias Otterbring, Jill Sundie, Yexin Jessica Li, Sarah Hill [Google Scholar]

The marketing of evolutionary psychology
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Mating and marketing
David M. Buss, Pete Foley [Google Scholar]

Gendered products act as the extended phenotype of human sexual dimorphism: They increase physical attractiveness and desirability
Sylvie Borau, Jean-François Bonnefon [Google Scholar]

Evolutionary motives and food behavior modeling in romantic relationships
Rob Richerson, James A. Mead, Wenjing Li [Google Scholar]

Feeling excluded? Join the crowd: How social exclusion affects approach behavior toward consumer-dense retail environments
Veronica L. Thomas, Christina Saenger [Google Scholar]

Anything you can imagine is possible: How imagining can overcome visceral drive states elicited in promotional advertising
Kirsten Cowan [Google Scholar]

When size does matter: Dominance versus prestige based status signaling
Shirish Panchal, Tripat Gill [Google Scholar]

Reminders of the sun affect men’s preferences for luxury products
Mohammed El Hazzouri, Kelley J. Main, Donya Shabgard [Google Scholar]

Scarcity, sex, and spending: Recession cues increase women’s desire for men owning luxury products and men’s desire to buy them
Hannah K. Bradshaw, Christopher D. Rodeheffer, Sarah E. Hill [Google Scholar]

Setting the bar: The influence of women’s conspicuous display on men’s affiliative behavior
Jill M. Sundie, Mario Pandelaere, Inge Lens, Luk Warlop [Google Scholar]

If you work it, flaunt it: Conspicuous displays of exercise efforts increase mate value
Jolien Vandenbroele, Anneleen Van Kerckhove, Maggie Geuens [Google Scholar]

The effect of fertility on loss aversion
Kristina M. Durante, Vladas Griskevicius, Sevincgul (Sev) Ulu [Google Scholar]

Female responses to genetically modified foods: Effects of the menstrual cycle and food risk concerns
Rui Chen, Maggie Wenjing Liu, Yuhong Guan, Yuhuang Zheng [Google Scholar]

Biology and being green: The effect of prenatal testosterone exposure on pro-environmental consumption behaviour
Chris Hand [Google Scholar]

The choice polarity effect: An investigation of evolutionary-based trait handedness and perceived magnitudes on laterally displayed choices
Stephen Gould, Emily Goldsmith, Michael Lee [Google Scholar]

Are identical twins more similar in their decision making styles than their fraternal counterparts?
Gad Saad, Richard Sejean, Gil Greengross, Lynn Cherkas [Google Scholar]

Corrigendum to “Investor-advisor Big Five personality similarity and stock trading performance”. [J. Bus. Res. 109 (2020) 49–63]
Muhammad Zubair Tauni, Salman Yousaf, Tanveer Ahsan [Google Scholar]