Books in category Business & Economics – Consumer Behavior

  • Consumers and Luxury

    Consumers and Luxury
    Maxine Berg, Helen Clifford

    This volume charts the rise of consumer culture in Europe during the 17th and 18th centuries. Essays are included on France and Holland, but the focus is primarily on Britain.

  • Emotional Satisfaction of Customer Contacts

    Emotional Satisfaction of Customer Contacts
    Hüseyin Güngör

    As customer contacts can be a source of negative emotions and it is desirable to increase positive emotions in the contact center environment, this research focuses on the emotional aspects of customer satisfaction and on the Emotional …

  • Consumer Choice

    Consumer Choice
    Robert F. Rich, Christopher T. Erb

    Contributors to this volume represent an interdisciplinary group of academics, practitioners, and service delivery providers. The volume begins with a general examination of the politics of health and social welfare in the United States.

  • The Oxford Handbook of Human Capital

    The Oxford Handbook of Human Capital
    Alan Burton-Jones, J. -C. Spender

    This Handbook is designed for scholars and graduate students of organization and management theory, strategy, entrepreneurship, knowledge and intellectual capital, accounting, IT, HR, IR, economic sociology and cultural studies.

  • The Compassionate Carnivore

    The Compassionate Carnivore
    Catherine Friend

    The Compassionate Carnivore is "perfect for people who would like to eat meat but have m

  • Soci t de Consommation

    Société de Consommation
    Jean Baudrillard

    Many of the themes which would make Baudrillard famous appear here for the first time. The book includes Baudrillard's most organized discussion of mass media culture, the meaning of leisure and anomie in affluent society.

  • Defining Moments

    Defining Moments
    P. Shaw

    Our lives are full of defining moments, but do we recognize them?

  • Cornucopia

    D. Patrick Johnson

    Cornucopia explores the health and economic implications of U.S. farm policy.

  • Against Thrift Why Consumer Culture Is Good for the

    Against Thrift: Why Consumer Culture Is Good for the …
    James Livingston

    Save more and spend less – what could be more obvious at a time of financial crisis? And yet our history tells us that this is exactly the wrong step to take, according to the acclaimed economic historian James Livingston.

  • Consistency Choice and Rationality

    Consistency, Choice, and Rationality
    Walter Bossert, Kōtarō Suzumura

    In Consistency, Choice, and Rationality, economic theorists Walter Bossert and Kotaro Suzumura present a thorough mathematical treatment of Suzumura consistency, an alternative to established coherence properties such as transitivity, quasi …

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