The Colombian consumer ethnocentrism and its effect on the desing and implentation of the marketing strategy : the state of the art
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AutorCorrea Cardona, Santiago
The increased competition derived from the globalization of business and markets, makes a set of products from both domestic and foreign origin available to the consumer at the same time (Netemeyer, Durvasula and Lichtenstein, 1991). However, the preference towards these products may vary from country to country, which has led to the development of different measures to assess consumer’s attitudes toward both domestic and foreign products (Netemeyer et al., 1991) and create effective marketing strategies that enable one to cope with such attitudes. One of these measures is the consumer ethnocentrism, which was first set out by Shimp and Sharma (1987) as a set of tendencies that may explain why consumers prefer domestic products over foreign ones; they also developed an instrument called the CETSCALE to measure consumer ethnocentric tendencies. Since then, the CETSCALE has been used to assess consumer ethnocentrism in different countries and to make assumptions about the marketing ...
Globalización; Mercadeo; Consumidores; Estrategias de mercadeo; Psicología del consumidor.
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