Hierarchical effects of product attributes on actualized innovativeness in the context of high-tech products
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- Hierarchical effects of product attributes on actualized innovativeness in the context of high-tech products
- Lee, Kyootai; Khan, Shaji; Mirchandani, Dinesh
- Actualized innovativeness; Adoptive innovativeness; Hierarchical effects; Inherent innovativeness; Product attributes; Vicarious innovativeness
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- ELSEVIER SCIENCE INC
- JOURNAL OF BUSINESS RESEARCH, v.66, no.12, pp.2634 - 2641
- Customers perceived fairness has long been investigated. Despite its importance in the contemporary marketing psychology, a factor structure of perceived fairness has not been identified in entirety. The current study investigated the dimensionality of customers perceived fairness and provides evidence of the construct validity of its four dimensions. The results confirmed a four-factor structure of customers perceived fairness (distributive, procedural, interpersonal and informational fairness) and their distinct nature. In addition, these four dimensions were found to form a second-order factor of overall fairness, which strongly influences customers satisfaction with and loyalty to retailers.
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