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Hypothetical bias and framing effect in the valuation of private consumer goods

results of the study may have both theoretical and practical implications. First, this paper will supplement and broaden the existing knowledge of the determinants of the valuation of consumer goods, as well as improve current research methods for eliciting the market prices. As using the framing effect (especially, the positive attribute framing) is remarkably common in advertising messages and slogans, the research will also facilitate recommendations within marketing sciences. 2 Literature review The first behavioural effect relevant to my study is the

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Emotional or Rational? The Determination of the Influence of Advertising Appeal on Advertising Effectiveness

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Survey vs Scraped Data: Comparing Time Series Properties of Web and Survey Vacancy Data

.g., low frequencies correspond to the long-term, high frequencies to very short-time periods). An important difference with the traditional method presented above is that in spectral and cross-spectral analysis timescales are not a priori imposed by the researcher. Structural characteristics and cyclical behavior are extracted from the data itself and identified at different timescales. Periodicity of short-, medium-, and long-term components is endogenous from the analysis ( Granger and Hatanaka, 2015 ; Iacobucci, 2005 ) and the statistical comparison of frequency

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Impact of Entertainment Motivational Drivers on User Acceptance of Online Social Network Banner Advertising: A Gratification Perspective

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The Effectiveness of Branded Mobile Apps on User’s Brand Attitudes and Purchase Intentions

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When Consumers are in Doubt, You Better Watch Out! The Moderating Role of Consumer Skepticism and Subjective Knowledge in the Context of Organic Food Consumption

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Influence of segmentation factors on leaflet distribution

Risk: Risk Preference, Monetary Goals and Information Search. Personality and Individual Differences, 18(6), 771-782. Moisa, S., Fruja, I., Elena Pet, E. et al. (2010). A comparative study on the effectiveness of advertising leaflets for kaufland stores in timisoara. Agricultural Management, 12(2), 1-10. Nagyová, Ľ., Stávková, J,. Tonkovičová, Z. (2008). Selected characteristics of slovak consumers purchasing behaviour. In Acta universitatis agriculturae et silviculturae mendelianae brunensis. Sborník Mendelovy zemědělské a lesnické univerzity v Brně, 56

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From Fearful to Trustful – How Perceived Risk Dimensions in E-Commerce Differentiate between Consumers

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Using ZMET for Investigating the Role of Social Media in the Employment Process

reality: Transformation of native visitor experiences. Journal of Business Research, 69(2), p. 985-991. 10. Christensen, G. & Olson, J., 2002. Mapping consumers' mental models with ZMET. Psychology and Marketing, 19(6), pp. 477-501. 11. Coulter, R., Zaltman, G. & Coulter, K., 2001. Interpreting Consumer Perceptions of Advertising: An Application of the Zaltman Metaphor Elicitation Technique. Journal of Advertising, 30(4). 12. Donald, H., Rosen, P. & Mossholder, K., 2012. Social Networking Websites, personality ratings and

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Negative Word-of-Mouth: Exploring the Impact of Adverse Messages on Consumers’ Reactions on Facebook

R eferences 1. Anderson, Eugene W. (1998), “Customer satisfaction and word of mouth”, Journal of service research , Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 5-17. doi:10.1177/109467059800100102 2. Audrain-Pontevia, Anne-Françoise, and Allan J. Kimmel (2008), “Negative word-of-mouth and redress strategies: An exploratory comparison of French and American managers”, Journal of Consumer Satisfaction, Dissatisfaction and Complaining Behavior , Vol. 21, pp. 124-136. 3. Bachleda, Catherine, and Boutaina Berrada-Fathi (2015), “Is negative eWOM more influential than

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