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Antecedents of attitude and intention towards counterfeit symbolic and experiential products

Michaelidou, N. and Christodoulides, G. (2011) Antecedents of attitude and intention towards counterfeit symbolic and experiential products. Journal of Marketing Management, 27 (9-10). pp. 976-991. ISSN 1472-1376

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To link to this article DOI: 10.1080/0267257X.2010.549189

Abstract/Summary

This paper investigates the impact of price consciousness, perceived risk, and ethical obligation on attitude and intention towards counterfeit products. Data were collected from a sample of 200 respondents via an online questionnaire. A conceptual model was derived and tested via structural equation modelling in the contexts of symbolic and experiential counterfeit products. Findings show differences in the factors (and weight thereof) impacting attitude and purchase intention in the two product contexts. Specifically, ethical obligation and perceived risk are found to be significant predictors of attitude towards both symbolic and counterfeit products, while price consciousness is found to predict only attitude towards experiential products, but not purchase intention in either counterfeit product context.

Item Type:Article
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Henley Business School > Marketing and Reputation
ID Code:26542
Publisher:Taylor and Francis

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