This Handbook suggests future directions for cross-cultural marketing research in a rapidly evolving global environment. It builds upon existing models and topics and addresses the methodological challenges of cross-cultural research and provides applied examples spanning various methodologies as well as industry sectors and country settings. In addition, contributors present new paradigms for future research.
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.