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Marketing in China

Four Volume Set
Edited by:
  • Yonggui Wang - University of International Business & Economics, China

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April 2016 | 1 304 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

Modern marketing was introduced to China in the 1990s by the Western powers of North America and Europe. However, the approaches taken in China have been greatly influenced by the country's unique characteristics and its political and economic environment. Using a range of academic papers from the top journals in the field, the collection's Editor, Professor Yonggui Wang, explores these connections and variances. Split across four volumes, this collection brilliantly charts the development of marketing in China over the last thirty years, from its birth to the boom of the present day.

Volume I: Access to Modern Marketing

Volume II: Application of western marketing in China

Volume III: Rapid Growth of marketing in China

Volume IV: Prosperity of marketing in China


 

 
VOLUME ONE: ACCESS TO MODERN MARKETING
Chinese Consumers’ Evaluation of Foreign Products: The Influence of Culture, Product Types and Product Presentation Format

Yong Zhang
Emerging Lifestyles in China and Consequences for Perception of Advertising, Buying Behaviour and Consumption Preferences

Ran Wei
The Animosity Model of Foreign Product Purchase: An Empirical Test in the People's Republic of China

Jill Klein, Richard Ettenson and Marlene Morris
Marketing and Negotiating in the People's Republic of China: Perceptions of US Businessmen Who Attended the Canton Fair

James Brunner and George Taoka
Chinese Cultural Values: Their Dimensions and Marketing Implications

Oliver Yau
Advertising, Propaganda, and Value Change in Economic Development: The New Cultural Revolution in China and Attitudes toward Advertising

Richard Pollay, David Tse and Zheng-Yuan Wang
Cultural Values Reflected in Chinese and U.S. Television Commercials

Hong Cheng and John Schweitzer
Controllable Factors of New Product Success: A Cross-National Comparison

Roger Calantone, Jeffrey Schmidt and X. Michael Song
Differences in “Cultural Values” and Their Effects on Responses to Marketing Stimuli: A Cross-Cultural Study between Australians and Chinese from the People’s Republic of China

Anthony Chun-Tung Lowe and David Corkindale
Guanxi: Connections as Substitutes for Formal Institutional Support

Katherine Xin and Jone Pearce
A Relationship Marketing Approach to Guanxi

José Gómez Arias
Does Culture Matter? A Cross-Cultural Study of Executives’ Choice, Decisiveness, and Risk Adjustment in International Marketing

David Tse, Kam-hon Lee, Ilan Vertinsky and Donald Wehrung
Partner Selection and Venturing Success: The Case of Joint Ventures with Firms in the People's Republic of China

Yadong Luo
Selling Machinery to China: Chinese Perceptions of Strategies and Relationships

Norman McGuinness, Nigel Campbell and James Leontiades
 
VOLUME TWO: APPLICATION OF WESTERN MARKETING IN CHINA
Gift Giving in Hong Kong and the Continuum of Social Ties

Annamma Joy
Executive Insights: Emerging Market Segments in a Transitional Economy: A Study of Urban Consumers in China

Geng Cui and Qiming Liu
The Impact of Order and Mode of Market Entry on Profitability and Market Share

Yigang Pan, Shaomin Li and David Tse
The Market Orientation of Chinese Enterprises during a Time of Transition

Shengliang Deng and Jack Dart
Executive Insights: Marketing Strategy in Emerging Markets: The Case of China

Peter Walters and Saeed Samiee
Managing Direct Selling Activities in China: A Cultural Explanation

Sherriff Luk, Lorna Fullgrabe and Stephen Li
Product Stereotypes, Strategy and Performance Satisfaction: The Case of Chinese Exporters

Lance Brouthers and Kefeng Xu
Creating Local Brands in Multilingual International Markets

Shi Zhang and Bernd Schmitt
Relationship Marketing in China: Guanxi, Favoritism and Adaptation

Y. Wong and Ricky Chan
Managerial Ties and Firm Performance in a Transition Economy: The Nature of a Micro-Macro Link

Mike Peng and Yadong Luo
When Does Trust Matter? Antecedents and Contingent Effects of Supervisee Trust on Performance in Selling New Products in China and the United States

Kwaku Atuahene-Gima and Haiyang Li
Antecedents of Green Purchases: A Survey in China

Ricky Chan and Lorett Lau
E-commerce in China: Changing Business as We Know It

George Haley
 
VOLUME THREE: RAPID GROWTH OF MARKETING IN CHINA
When Does Culture Matter? Effects of Personal Knowledge on the Correction of Culture-based Judgments

Donnel Briley and Jennifer Aaker
The Effects of Strategic Orientations on Technology and Market-based Breakthrough Innovations

Kevin Zheng Zhou, Chi Kin Yim and David Tse
Resolving the Capability–Rigidity Paradox in New Product Innovation

Kwaku Atuahene-Gima
Market Share Performance of Foreign and Domestic Brands in China

Gerald Gao, Yigang Pan, David Tse and Chi Kin Yim
When Does Guanxi Matter? Issues of Capitalization and Its Dark Sides

Flora Gu, Kineta Hung and David Tse
Drivers of Success for Market Entry into China and India

Joseph Johnson and Gerard Tellis
Market Orientation, Job Satisfaction, Product Quality, and Firm Performance: Evidence from China

Kevin Zheng Zhou, Julie Li, Nan Zhou and Chenting Su
Guanxi, Trust, and Long-Term Orientation in Chinese Business Markets

Don Lee and Philip Dawes
Back from the Brink: Why Customers Stay

Mark Colgate, Vicky Tong, Christina Lee and John Farley
When Does the Service Process Matter? A Test of Two Competing Theories

Michael Hui, Xiande Zhao, Xiucheng Fan and Kevin Au
An Integrated Framework for Service Quality, Customer Value, Satisfaction: Evidence from China’s Telecommunication Industry

Yonggui Wang, Hing-Po Lo and Yongheng Yang
Service Loyalty: An Integrative Model and Examination across Service Contexts

Xiaoyun Han, Robert J. Kwortnik, Jr and Chunxiao Wang
Determinants of Chinese Hotel Customers’ E-satisfaction and Purchase Intentions

Woo Gon Kim, Xiaojing Ma and Dong Jin Kim
Conscious and Nonconscious Components of Superstitious Beliefs in Judgment and Decision Making

Thomas Kramer and Lauren Block
Politicizing Consumer Culture: Advertising’s Appropriation of Political Ideology in China’s Social Transition

Xin Zhao and Russell Belk
Relational Ties or Customized Contracts? An Examination of Alternative Governance Choices in China

Kevin Zhou, Laura Poppo and Zhilin Yang
 
VOLUME FOUR: PROSPERITY OF MARKETING IN CHINA
How Do Price Fairness Perceptions Differ across Culture?

Lisa Bolton, Hean Tat Keh and Joseph Alba
Harmonization Processes and Relational Meanings in Constructing Asian Weddings

Thuc-Doan Nguyen and Russell Belk
Interpersonal Influence as an Alternative Channel Communication Behavior in Emerging Markets: The Case of China

Chenting Su, Zhilin Yang, Guijun Zhuang, Nan Zhou and Wenyu Dou
Dealing with Institutional Distances in International Marketing Channels: Governance Strategies that Engender Legitimacy and Efficiency

Zhilin Yang, Chenting Su and Kim-Shyan Fam
Observer Effects of Punishment in a Distribution Network

Danny Wang, Flora Gu and Maggie Dong
Firm Value Creation through Major Channel Expansions: Evidence from an Event Study in the United States, Germany and China

Christian Homburg, Josef Vollmayr and Alexander Hahn
The Use of Western Brands in Asserting Chinese National Identity

Lily Dong and Kelly Tian
Cultural Orientation and Brand Dilution: Impact of Motivation Level and Extension Typicality

Sharon Ng
Is Product Imitation Good for Firm Performance? An Examination of Product Imitation Types and Contingency Factors

Ruby Lee and Kevin Zheng Zhou
McDonald's and KFC in China: Competitors or Companions?

Qiaowei Shen and Ping Xiao
The Effects of Business and Political Ties on Firm Performance Evidence from China

Shibin Sheng, Kevin Zheng Zhou and Julie Li
How Foreign Firms Curtail Local Supplier Opportunism in China: Detailed Contracts, Centralized Control, and Relational Governance

Kevin Zheng Zhou and Dean Xu
Other-customer Failure: Effects of Perceived Employee Effort and Compensation on Complainer and Non-complainer Service Evaluations

Wen-Hsien Huang
“Tailoring” Customization Services- Effects of Customization Mode and Consumer Regulatory Focus

Yonggui Wang, Jay Kandampully and He (Michael) Jia
A Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Analysis of Social Networking Services Continuance

Huanhuan Cao, Jinhu Jiang, Lih-Bin Oh, Hao Li, Xiuwu Liao and Zhiwu Chen

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