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A Carroll School professor’s report finds that established companies are finally making digital progress.
A new study by Nailya Ordabayeva shows how consumers vote with their wallets, without even realizing it.
What makes shoppers think the new version of a gadget is better than the old one? Perhaps the act of thinking about their own self-improvement. In a study published in the Journal of Marketing Research, Professor Sokiente Dagogo-Jack and a co-author show that consumers project their self-improvement (when they’re prompted to think of it) onto the brands they identify with.