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Paper on Consumers’ Values for Buying Organic Personal Care Products published

Our paper titled Health and Cosmetics: Investigating Consumers’ Values for Buying Organic Personal Care Products has been published in the Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services.

This is one of the fastest I have ever had a paper published. It was submitted on 28 March 2017. Revised 24 June 2017. Accepted on 2 August 2017 and available online 10 August 2017.

Here is the abstract of the paper:
In investigating consumers’ intentions to re-purchase organic personal care products (PCP), this study extends the theory of planned behaviour by including perceived value dimensions as the antecedents of attitude in the model. The findings revealed that most of the hypothesised relationships linking the consumer perceived value constructs (namely, health, safety, hedonic and environmental) with attitude towards the rebuying of organic PCP, were supported. Also, better product knowledge about organic PCP would lead to more positive attitudes towards re-purchasing the product. In contrast, so…