The role of (foreign?) culture on consumer buying behaviour: What changes when living abroad?
Jessica Lichy () and
Kevin Pon ()
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Jessica Lichy: IDRAC, 47 rue Sergent Michel Berthet, CP 607, 69258 Lyon Cedex 09, France
Kevin Pon: ESDES – Catholic University of Lyon, 23 Place Carnot - 69286 Lyon Cedex 09, France
Transnational Marketing Journal, 2013, vol. 1, issue 1, 5-21
Contemporary notions of marketing - such as international subcultures, the Information Society and the global village - would lead us to believe that consumers have access to and consume an abundance of products from different countries. In the light of increasing standardisation by global corporations, it follows the assumption that there will be a gradual convergence in consumer behaviour. This study explores the consumer behaviour of Anglo-Saxons living in the Rhône-Alpes area of south-east France - with reference to country-of-origin (COO) effects when shopping for food produce. Building on studies of acculturation, the research sets out to explore the extent to which specific factors such as price, gender, age and length of residence in a foreign country may have an influence on consumer choice when purchasing groceries, in relation to the COO
Keywords: Consumer behaviour; cultural difference; international marketing; country-of-origin (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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