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Culture and Consumer Behavior now publishers Inc
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Culture and Consumer Behavior explains the importance of cultural literacy in marketing, and why a solid understanding is vital to successful international marketing efforts. The authors use a conceptual and empirical framework for analyzing how culture affects consumer behaviors, and provide 7 steps for understanding the influence of culture on consumer behaviors. The 7 steps are as follows. 1.Identify the key components of culture. 2.Find out and describe the major clusters of countries or regions based on their similarities and differences in consumption behaviors. 3.Relate similarities and differences in consumption behaviors to key components of culture. 4.Develop and test specific hypotheses regarding the joint effects of different components of culture on consumption behaviors. 5.Track the changes in consumption behavior within a country in response to social and economic development. 6.Formulate and test specific hypotheses regarding the joint effects of different components of culture on changes in consumer behaviors within a country. 7.Conduct experimental studies to understand when consumers will follow cultural norms and when they will not. Culture and Consumer Behavior demonstrates the value of this approach by using it to model tourist consumption, combining business analytic and experimental methods. The authors go on to conclude that the full implications of this way of thinking about culture for marketing remain to be exploited in future research, and present suggestions for developing more dynamic theories of culture and consumer behaviors.
Global Business Today With CD & OLC Premium Card McGraw-Hill
Charles HillĹźs Global Business Today, 4e (GBT) has become an established text in the International Business market for its excellent but concise coverage of the key global issues including the cultural context for global business, cross-border trade and investment, the global monetary system and competition in the global environment. GBTĹźs concise chapters give a general introduction to international business - emphasizing the environmental factors, with less coverage of operations. Charles Hill is renowned for his attention to research trends and that is evident in Global Business Today, 4e through a variety of real world examples and cases from small, medium, and large companies throughout the worldChapter 4 - Ethics in International Business added to address todayĹźs current issues facing businesses with regard to social responsibility, ethical decision-making, and the sources of unethical behavior.|Completely Updated- Many new opening and closing cases, examples, and up to date tables, graphs, and exhibits based on 2004 data. |"Another Cultural Perspective" boxes build on the popular existing "Another Perspective" boxes and discuss cultural differences as they relate to business interactions.|"Sustainability in Practice" at the end of each part highlight companies who succeed while making positive contributions to their communities and the environment. These have replaced the "Can You Do This?" segments, which have been moved to the web.|GlobalEdge/CIBER internet exercises allow students to solve realistic international business problems related to each chapter. By using the text and the GlobalEdge website http://globaledge.msu.edu, the exercises expose students to the types of tools and data sources international managers use to make informed decisions.|Chapter 12 - Importing, Exporting and Counter Trade: gives students more practical understanding of this important topic.|Expanded "Another Perspective" and "Another Cultural Perspective" boxes to total 4-5 per chapter: These boxes are designed to give students an idea of how the surrounding material applies to and affects them or simply more information on a nearby topic. They are sometimes narrative, but can also contain a few probing questions or even a trip to the Internet.|New research has been added. A few of the topics include: The new trade theory and strategic trade policy, The work of Nobel Prize winning economist Amartya Sen on economic development, Samuel HuntingtonĹźs influential thesis on the "clash of civilizations," the new growth theory of economic development championed by Paul Romer and Gene Grossman, recent empirical work by Jeffery SachĹźs and others on the relationship between international trade and economic growth, Michael Porter's theory of the competitive advantage of nations, and Robert Reich's work on national competitive advantage. |Focus on Managerial Implications: the text continues to discuss the implications of various topics for the actual practice of international business, which serves the needs of the student who may be a practicing manager some day.|Expanded Global Business Plan CD-ROM: Includes Interactive Learning Modules, Flash video cases, and the Global Business Plan Project.|Commitment to presenting strong, underlying international business theories in an interesting and accessible way to students. |Country Focus and Management Focus boxes give students a better understanding of the additional considerations that are necessary in the international business sector.
Corporate Social Responsibility in a new civil-capitalism: the need for consumers' participation in turning suspicion and malevolence into holistic va GRIN Verlag
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Master's Thesis from the year 2017 in the subject Business economics - Business Ethics, Corporate Ethics, grade: 58 Punkte, The University of Liverpool (UOL Management School), language: English, abstract: Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is still an expression of profit and doing good or "Public good and self-interest" (Drucker, 1984, p. 24). In a fast-changing informed global economy, the consumer has to take over responsibility as an expression of self-determination. This dissertation researches CSR from a consumer's perspective in western economies. The focus of the research is consumer perception/participation in socially responsible processes in the context of active consumerism and capitalism. The leading question is what the consumer's role in capitalism looks like and how participation as a form of a holistic value creation could be. The gap shown in this research project is that consumers value and expect socially responsible behavior but stay merely passive. It is significant that consumers do not consider themselves as a determining influence regarding social responsibility. A tendency of more contribution to economic processes is visible but runs far behind its potential. Capitalism needs to be accepted as a tool and basis for the self-determined social responsibility of individuals.
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