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Professor Paul F. Burke
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What will consumers pay for social product features?
P Auger, P Burke, TM Devinney, JJ Louviere
Journal of Business Ethics 42 (3), 281-304, 2003
11872003
Teacher Retention and Attrition: Views of Early Career Teachers
J Buchanan, A Prescott, S Schuck, P Aubusson, P Burke, J Louviere
Australian Journal of Teacher Education 38 (3), 8, 2013
6012013
Do social product features have value to consumers?
P Auger, TM Devinney, JJ Louviere, PF Burke
International Journal of Research in Marketing 25 (3), 183-191, 2008
3702008
The importance of social product attributes in consumer purchasing decisions: A multi-country comparative study
P Auger, TM Devinney, JJ Louviere, PF Burke
International Business Review 19 (2), 140-159, 2010
2922010
How do early career teachers value different types of support? A scale-adjusted latent class choice model
PF Burke, PJ Aubusson, SR Schuck, JD Buchanan, AE Prescott
Teaching and Teacher Education 47, 241-253, 2015
1452015
Why do early career teachers choose to remain in the profession? The use of best–worst scaling to quantify key factors
PF Burke, S Schuck, P Aubusson, J Buchanan, JJ Louviere, A Prescott
International Journal of Educational Research 62, 259-268, 2013
1412013
Measuring patent assessment quality—analyzing the degree and kind of (in) consistency in patent offices’ decision making
PF Burke, M Reitzig
Research Policy 36 (9), 1404-1430, 2007
1352007
Segmenting consumers’ reasons for and against ethical consumption
P F. Burke, C Eckert, S Davis
European Journal of Marketing 48 (11/12), 2237-2261, 2014
1222014
Modeling the effects of including/excluding attributes in choice experiments on systematic and random components
T Islam, JJ Louviere, PF Burke
International Journal of Research in Marketing 24 (4), 289-300, 2007
1172007
Why school students choose and reject science: a study of the factors that students consider when selecting subjects
TA Palmer, PF Burke, P Aubusson
International Journal of Science Education 39 (6), 645-662, 2017
952017
The experiences of early career teachers: New initiatives and old problems
S Schuck, P Aubusson, J Buchanan, M Varadharajan, PF Burke
Professional Development in Education 44 (2), 209-221, 2018
932018
Exploring teacher pedagogy, stages of concern and accessibility as determinants of technology adoption
PF Burke, S Schuck, P Aubusson, M Kearney, B Frischknecht
Technology, Pedagogy and Education 27 (2), 149-163, 2018
742018
Teachers Choosing Rich Tasks The Moderating Impact of Technology on Student Learning, Enjoyment, and Preparation
P Aubusson, P Burke, S Schuck, M Kearney, B Frischknecht
Educational Researcher 43 (5), 219-229, 2014
722014
Enablers and barriers to COVID-19 vaccine uptake: An international study of perceptions and intentions
PF Burke, D Masters, G Massey
Vaccine 39 (36), 5116-5128, 2021
712021
Teachers’ technology adoption and practices: lessons learned from the IWB phenomenon
M Kearney, S Schuck, P Aubusson, PF Burke
Teacher Development 22 (4), 481-496, 2018
522018
On the road again: The barriers and benefits of automobility for people with disability
S Darcy, PF Burke
Transportation research part A: policy and practice 107, 229-245, 2018
522018
The impact of front-of-pack marketing attributes versus nutrition and health information on parents' food choices
CG Russell, PF Burke, DS Waller, E Wei
Appetite 116, 323-338, 2017
462017
The Scale-Adusted Latent Class Model: Application to Museum Visitation
PF Burke, C Burton, T Huybers, T Islam, JJ Louviere, C Wise
Tourism Analysis 15 (2), 147-165, 2010
442010
Using a market-utility-based approach to designing public services: A case illustration from United States Forest Service
R Verma, JJ Louviere, P Burke
Journal of Operations Management 24 (4), 407-416, 2006
412006
The relative impact of corporate reputation on consumer choice: beyond a halo effect
PF Burke, G Dowling, E Wei
Journal of Marketing Management 34 (13-14), 1227-1257, 2018
382018
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