22 August 2013

Marketing Theory Online Table of Contents Alert

Marketing Theory Online Table of Contents Alert
A new issue of Marketing Theory is available online:
September 2013; Vol. 13, No. 3 
The below Table of Contents is available online at: http://mtq.sagepub.com/content/vol13/issue3/?etoc

Assembling market representations
Carlos Adrian Diaz Ruiz
Marketing Theory 2013;13 245-261

Downloading deviance: Symbolic interactionism and unauthorised file-sharing
Robert Cluley
Marketing Theory 2013;13 263-274

A value perspective on relationship portfolios
Daniela Corsaro, Renato Fiocca, Stephan C. Henneberg, and Annalisa Tunisini
Marketing Theory 2013;13 275-302

Implementing market orientation in charities: A necessity for survival
Paul Chad
Marketing Theory 2013;13 303-322

Dialogue on some concepts, definitions and issues pertaining to ‘consumption experiences’
Michael N. Woodward and Morris B. Holbrook
Marketing Theory 2013;13 323-344

What about the ‘place’ in place marketing?
Gary Warnaby and Dominic Medway
Marketing Theory 2013;13 345-363

Towards brand ecology: An analytical semiotic framework for interpreting the emergence of place brands
Massimo Giovanardi, Andrea Lucarelli, and Cecilia Pasquinelli
Marketing Theory 2013;13 365-383

What have markets ever done for the poor?
Luis Araujo
Marketing Theory 2013;13 385-388

Pyramid or iceberg? Problematizing the fortune to be made from India’s austerity
Thomas Birtchnell
Marketing Theory 2013;13 389-392

Situated bottom of the pyramid markets and the multinational corporation
James R. Faulconbridge
Marketing Theory 2013;13 393-396

Consumption lives at the bottom of the pyramid
Maria Piacentini and Kathy Hamilton
Marketing Theory 2013;13 397-400

What are bottom of the pyramid markets and why do they matter?
Katy Mason, Ronika Chakrabarti, and Ramendra Singh
Marketing Theory 2013;13 401-404

Call for papers
Markets and marketing at the bottom of the pyramid
Katy Mason, Ronika Chakrabarti, and Ramendra Singh
Marketing Theory 2013;13 405-407

19 August 2013

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10 Historical Urban Planners Infographic

15 August 2013

The European Union: To Brand or Not to Brand?

By Lidija Globokar

"A European Union place brand definitely exists. Perhaps it’s blurry, with unclear messages and no ‘branding father’ but, nevertheless, it exists. Place brands can often come into being, whether branded deliberately or not".


Special issue in European Planning Studies Spatial planning and place branding: rethinking relations and synergies

Introduction:  Kristof Van Assche, Raoul Beunen and Eduardo Oliveira  Rethinking planning-branding relations: an introduction . https:...