Investigating how markets are becoming increasingly similar across countries while simultaneously becoming more diverse and heterogeneous within countries, this timely Handbook explores novel and under-researched sub-cultural marketing segments. Contributions from a diverse group of established and emerging marketing scholars examine how we might better understand and serve new generations of consumers from a variety of generational, ethnic, and religiously diverse market segments.
This comprehensive Research Handbook reflects the latest research breakthroughs and practices in services management. Addressing services management from a broader strategic perspective, it delves into the key issues of analytics and service robots, and their potential impact. Edited by the late Mark M. Davis, it represents an early foray into the new frontier of services management and provides insights into the future of the field.
Identifying customer loyalty as a crucial success factor in contemporary marketing thinking and practice, this innovative Handbook incorporates a rich collection of perspectives on the current topics and research-driven practices in the field. Leading scholars offer an insightful reimagining of the research methods, metrics, and designs for the future of measuring and predicting customer loyalty.
Offering an overview of current issues around design, marketing and management of experiences from the tourist perspective, this comprehensive Handbook critically reviews the key debates and developments within the field. Empirical chapters by international contributors explore a range of perspectives, challenges, opportunities for future research and best managerial practices.
This path-breaking Handbook is targeted primarily at marketing academics and graduate students who want a comprehensive overview of the academic state of the business-to-business marketing domain. It will also prove an invaluable resource for forward-thinking business-to-business practitioners who want to be aware of the current state of knowledge in their domains.