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    Effects of product quality, service quality and price fairness on customer engagement and customer loyalty 

    Dhasan, Darwin; Mayuree Aryupong (Bangkok : Assumption University, 2019)

    This paper examines the key relationship effects between the customer perceived value dimensions: product quality, service quality and price fairness on customer engagement in a holistic model, using structural equation modeling. Further, the study evaluated the direct and mediating effects of these factors on customer loyalty in the automobile industry, with sample data from 224 existing car owners, based in Bangkok. The study results illustrate significant direct effects on customer loyalty, with product quality, service quality, price ...
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    On new ventures' board of directors: formation, adjustment, and influences on internationalization 

    Kuo, Anthony; Kao, Ming-Sung; Nichanan Sakolvieng (Bangkok : Assumption University, 2019)

    To survive and grow, young firms must leverage different means, such as strategic alliances or founders’ personal networks, to access and acquire necessary external resources to overcome, or at least mitigate, the liability of newness. In this study, we found that the board of directors can serve as a means of resource provision for new ventures. We conducted a historical analysis and case studies on high-tech new ventures, in order to delve deeply into the processes regarding how boards are formed, how board members provide these resourc...
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    Moderating effects of Hofstede's cultural dimensions on the relationship between Aewom and Fewom in Thailand 

    Fukushige, Aya; Mayuree Aryupong; Phacharaporn Phijaranakul (Bangkok : Assumption University, 2019)

    This research aims to examine the moderating effects of Hofstede’s cultural dimensions at the individual level on the relationship between acceptance and subsequent forwarding of electronic word of mouth (EWOM) in Thailand. EWOM is currently considered as one of the most influential communication channels for businesses, marketers, and various kinds of consumers. Cultural values can also be a factor to influence consumers’ decision-making behaviors. Hypotheses were developed by adopting Hofstede’s cultural dimensions, but with the newly d...

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