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Situational variables in online versus offline channel choice
R Chocarro, M Cortiñas, ML Villanueva
Electronic Commerce Research and Applications 12 (5), 347-361, 2013
1912013
Teachers’ attitudes towards chatbots in education: a technology acceptance model approach considering the effect of social language, bot proactiveness, and users’ characteristics
R Chocarro, M Cortiñas, G Marcos-Matas
Educational Studies, 2021
1762021
Understanding multi-channel banking customers
M Cortiñas, R Chocarro, ML Villanueva
Journal of Business Research 63 (11), 1215-1221, 2010
1422010
The impact of product category knowledge on consumer use of extrinsic cues–A study involving agrifood products
R Chocarro, M Cortiñas, M Elorz
Food Quality and Preference 20 (3), 176-186, 2009
1022009
The use of loyalty-cards databases: Differences in regular price and discount sensitivity in the brand choice decision between card and non-card holders
M Cortiñas, M Elorz, JM Múgica
Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services 15 (1), 52-62, 2008
962008
Attention to Online Channels Across the Path to Purchase: An Eye-Tracking Study
M Cortinas, R Cabeza, R Chocarro, A Villanueva
Electronic Commerce Research and Applications 36, 1-19, 2019
602019
Omni-channel users and omni-channel customers: a segmentation analysis using distribution services
M Cortiñas, R Chocarro, M Elorz
Spanish Journal of Marketing-ESIC 23 (3), 415-436, 2019
512019
The impact of expert opinion in consumer perception of wines
R Chocarro, M Cortinas
International Journal of Wine Business Research 25 (3), 227-248, 2013
512013
Channel choice in the 21st century: The hidden role of distribution services
RR Betancourt, R Chocarro, M Cortiñas, M Elorz, JM Mugica
Journal of Interactive Marketing 33 (1), 1-12, 2016
502016
Retail store loyalty management via an analysis of heterogeneity of the service elements
M Cortiñas, M Elorz, ML Villanueva
The International Review of Retail, Distribution and Consumer Research 14 (4 …, 2004
452004
The demand for and the supply of distribution services: A basis for the analysis of customer satisfaction in retailing
RR Betancourt, M Cortiñas, M Elorz, JM Mugica
Quantitative Marketing and Economics 5, 293-312, 2007
382007
Distinctive competencies and competency-based management in regulated sectors: a methodological proposal applied to the pharmaceutical retail sector in Spain
AI Fernandez, PR Lara, MC Ugalde, GS Sisodia
Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services 42, 29-36, 2018
372018
Impact of seller- and buyer-created content on product sales in the electronic commerce platform: The role of informativeness, readability, multimedia richness, and extreme valence
X Cai, J Cebollada, M Cortiñas
Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services 70, 2022
322022
Different channels for different services: Information sources for services with search, experience and credence attributes
R Chocarro, M Cortinas, ML Villanueva
The Service Industries Journal 41 (3-4), 261-284, 2021
292021
Customer Heterogeneity in the development of e-loyalty
R Chocarro, M Cortiñas, M Villanueva
Journal of Research in Interactive Marketing 9 (3), 190 - 213, 2015
232015
From traditional gaming to mobile gaming: Video game players' switching behaviour
X Cai, J Cebollada, M Cortiñas
Entertainment Computing, 2021
212021
Self-report measure of dispositional flow experience in the video game context: Conceptualisation and scale development
X Cai, J Cebollada, M Cortiñas
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 2021
182021
A grounded theory approach to understanding in-game goods purchase
X Cai, J Cebollada, M Cortiñas
PLOS ONE 17 (1), 2022
172022
Loyalty cards: Are retailers ignoring noncard-holder behaviour
M Cortiñas, M Elorz, JM Múgica
European Retail Digest 45, 18-20, 2005
172005
Private sales clubs: A 21st century distribution channel
RR Betancourt, R Chocarro, M Cortiñas, M Elorz, JM Mugica
Journal of Interactive Marketing 37 (1), 44-56, 2017
162017
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