Shaping Consumer Preference Using Alignable Attributes: The Roles of Regulatory Orientation and Construal Level

By Sun Jin, Keh Hean Tat, and Lee Angela Y.
International Journal of Research in Marketing (2018)

  • Jin Sun

  • Hean Tat Keh

    Monash University

    Australia

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