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  1. How consumer perceived ethicality influence repurchase intentions and word-of-mouth? A mediated moderation model.Syed Hamad Hassan Shah, Shen Lei, Syed Talib Hussain & Syeda Mariam - 2020 - Asian Journal of Business Ethics 9 (1):1-21.
    Ethical consumerism has been dramatically increasing in recent decades, but in service sector, fewer research has been conducted especially in the fast-food industry. In this paper, we determined empirically the consumer perceived ethicality effects on repurchase intentions as well as on word of mouth through brand image partial mediation and customer expertise moderation in fast-food sector. The data were collected from 307 consumers of the fast-food restaurants through self-administered questionnaires. Common method variance and social desirability bias were measured before testing (...)
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  • Work-life balance of Chinese knowledge workers under flextime arrangement: the relationship of work-life balance supportive culture and work-life spillover.Louis Ka-hei Fung, Ray Tak-yin Hui & Wally Chi-wai Yau - 2020 - Asian Journal of Business Ethics 10 (1):1-17.
    As an emerging human resource issue in business ethics, work-life balance has been gaining increasing attention from both practitioners and scholars in recent years. In response to the call of Kelliher et al. :97–112, 2019), we addressed the research gap by examining the WLB of Chinese knowledge workers under flextime arrangement and the impact of work-life supportive culture on work-life spillover of the workers. Specifically, we examined the relationships between three components of work-life supportive culture, namely managerial support, career consequences, (...)
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