Marketing in a Digital World Vol: 16

Aric Rindfleisch
University of Illinois, USA

Alan J. Malter
University of Illinois, USA

Product Details
19 Sep 2019
Emerald Publishing Limited
248 pages - 152 x 229mm
Review of Marketing Research
Marketing in a Digital World focuses on how the digital revolution has affected the science and practice of marketing. Consisting of nine essays authored by some of the world's leading marketing scholars, this volume of Review of Marketing Research is forward-looking and illuminating. The book considers the nature and consequences of a number of important new digital technologies and practices, including human-machine communication, software, mobile marketing, online reviews, big data, 3D printing and a wide range of other digital innovations. Many of these technological developments were completely unanticipated and as such the transformation is still unfolding. Therefore, whilst consumers have largely embraced and actively co-create many of these new innovations, there are also growing concerns about privacy and other adverse effects of digital technology. Each essay provides a thoughtful examination of this rapidly shifting landscape and offers a set of bold ideas regarding its future impact on the foundations of marketing and consumption. The volume is essential reading for both scholars and managers seeking fresh insights into marketing and offers a number of exciting new concepts, propositions and predictions about marketing in the digital world.
Introduction: Transitioning to a Digital World; Aric Rindfleisch and Alan J. Malter
Marketing in the Digital Age: A Moveable Feast of Information; Kristen E. Lane and Sidney J. Levy 
The Impact of Digital Innovations on Marketing and Consumers; Brian T. Ratchford 
Big and Lean is Beautiful: A Conceptual Framework for Data-Based Learning in Marketing Management; Emre Soyer, Steven Seggie and Koen Pauwels 
The Growing Importance of Software as a Driver of Value Exchange; Charles Hofacker 
Mobile Marketing 2.0: State of the Art and Research Agenda; Unnati Narang and Venkatesh Shankar 
All's Not Well on the Marketing Frontlines: Understanding the Challenges of Adverse Technology-Consumer Interactions; Utpal Dholakia 
Perceived Deception in Online Consumer Reviews: Antecedents, Consequences, and Moderators; Sergio Roman, Isabel P. Riquelme and Dawn Iacobucci 
Self-Manufacturing via 3D Printing: Implications for Retailing Thought and Practice; Aric Rindfleisch, Alan J. Malter and Greg Fisher
Aric Rindfleisch is the John M. Jones Professor of Marketing and Executive Director of the Illinois MakerLab at the University of Illinois, USA. Aric's research, which mainly focuses on consumers, brands, interfirm relationships and new product development, has been published in several leading academic journals including the Journal of Marketing, Journal of Marketing Research, Journal of Consumer Research, Journal of Operations Management, and Strategic Management Journal
Alan J. Malter is Associate Professor of Marketing at the University of Illinois at Chicago, USA. His research examines how consumers perceive and respond to new technologies, geographic branding and marketing systems, organizational learning and innovation, the changing role of marketing, and longitudinal research designs. His work has been published in the Journal of Marketing Research, Journal of Marketing, Journal of Consumer Psychology, and International Journal of Research in Marketing, among others.

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