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Regret of action or regret of inaction: examining divergent regret patterns for experiential and material gifts
(Now Publishers Inc., 2017)
We replicate Rosenzweig and Gilovich’s (2012) study on “differential regrets for experiential and material purchases,” according to which people experience regret of action (buyer’s remorse) for material purchases and ...
Why should i trust your forecasts?
(International Institute of Forecasters, 2012)
Preview Mistrust is a serious problem for organizations. So much has been written about functional biases and misaligned incentives that one wonders how anyone can trust a forecast provider. Well, now we have some studies ...
Exploring the impact of technological competence development on speed and NPD program performance
(Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, 2010)
With growing levels of competition across industries, technological competence is increasingly viewed as crucial for businesses to maintain their long‐term competitive advantage. Although there are many theoretical arguments ...
Early modern ottoman coffehouse culture and the formation of the consumer subject
(Oxford University Press, 2011)
We examine the sociohistorical formation of the consumer subject during the development of consumer culture in the context of leisure consumption. Specifically, we investigate how an active consumer was forming while a ...