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Sustainable Consumption: Opportunities for Consumer Research and Public Policy

Andrea Prothero, Susan Dobscha, Jim Freund, William E. Kilbourne, Michael G. Luchs, Lucie K. Ozanne, and John Thgersen
-- Journal of Public Policy & Marketing | 2011

The Squander Sequence: Understanding Food Waste at Each Stage of the Consumer Decision-Making Process

Lauren G. Block, Elizabeth S. Moore, Rebecca Walker Reczek, Beth Vallen, Emily M. Moscato, Cait Lamberton, Sara Williamson, Monica C. LaBarge, Kelly L. Haws, Amir Grinstein, Mia M. Birau, Andrea Heintz Tangari, and Punam A. Keller
-- Journal of Public Policy & Marketing | 2016

Understanding the inherent complexity of sustainable consumption: A social cognitive framework

Marcus Phipps, Lucie K. Ozanne, Todd Weaver, Bonnie Simpson, Michael G. Luchs, Randall L. Rose, Rebecca Walker Naylor, Roland Gau, Jesse R. Catlin, Sommer Kapitan, and Saroja Subrahmanyan
-- Journal of Business Research | 2013

Tell me your story and I will tell you who you are: Persona perspective in sustainable consumption

Naz Onel, Mitchel R. Murdock, Jessica Keech, Shipra Gupta, Qin Wang, Estela M Díaz, Nicole Bieak Kreidler, Avinandan Mukherjee, and Pia Furchheim
-- Psychology & Marketing | 2018

Seeking sustainable futures in marketing and consumer research

Iain Davies, Victoria Wells, Lisa O'Malley, Fraser McLeay, Sally McKechnie, Seonaidh McDonald, Maria Lichrou, Pierre McDonagh, Teresa Heath, Katherine Casey, Marylyn Carrigan, Caroline Tynan, Caroline J. Oates, and Claudia E. Henninger
-- European Journal of Marketing | 2020

Helping Mother Earth: young children's responses to sustainability labels on food packaging

Marloes de Brabandere, Dieneke Van de Sompel, and Liselot Hudders
-- Journal of Marketing Management | 2022

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