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Chae, Inyoung, Stephen, Andrew T., Bart, Yakov and Yao, Dai Spillover Effects In Seeded Word-Of-Mouth Marketing Campaigns. Marketing Science. (Accepted)
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Chae, Inyoung, Stephen, Andrew T., Bart, Yakov and Yao, Dai (2016) Spillover Effects in Seeded Word-of-Mouth Marketing Campaigns. Marketing Science. (Submitted) Link to full text available through this repository.
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Devins, Caryn, Koppl, Roger, Kauffman, Stuart and Felin, Teppo (2016) Still Against Design: A Response to Steven Calabresi, Sanford Levinson, and Vernon Smith. Arizona State Law Journal, 48 (1). Full text availability may be restricted.
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Grewal, Lauren, Stephen, Andrew T. and Coleman, Nicole Verrochi (2016) When posting aspirational products in social media lowers interest in luxury: relationships between self-concept, social signaling, and ownership. Said Business School Working Paper 2016-01.
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Hadi, Rhonda and Block, Lauren (2014) I take therefore I choose? The impact of active vs. passive acquisition on food consumption. Appetite, 80. pp. 168-173. Link to full text available through this repository.
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Hadi, Rhonda and Valenzuela, Ana (2014) A meaningful embrace: Contingent effects of embodied cues of affection. Journal of Consumer Psychology, 24 (4). pp. 520-532.
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Lamberton, Cait Poynor and Stephen, Andrew T. (2016) A Thematic Exploration of Digital, Social Media, and Mobile Marketing Research’s Evolution from 2000 to 2015 and an Agenda for Future Research. Journal of Marketing. (Accepted) Full text availability may be restricted.
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Poyner Lamberton, Cate and Stephen, Andrew T. (2015) Taking Stock of the Digital Revolution: A Critical Analysis and Agenda for Digital, Social Media, and Mobile Marketing Research. Saïd Business School WP 2015-16.
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Puccinelli, Nancy, Wilcox, Keith and Grewal, Dhruv (2015) Consumers' Response to Commercials: When the Energy Level in the Commercial Conflicts with the Media Context. Journal of Marketing, 79 (2). pp. 1-18. Link to full text available through this repository.
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Stephen, Andrew T. (2016) The Role of Digital and Social Media Marketing in Consumer Behavior. Current Opinion in Psychology, 10. pp. 17-21.
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Stephen, Andrew T., Dover, Yaniv, Muchnik, Lev and Goldenberg, Jacob (2017) Pump It Out! The Effect of Transmitter Activity on Content Propagation in Social Media. Saïd Business School Working Paper 2017-01.
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Stephen, Andrew T. and Lehmann, Donald R. (2016) How Word-Of-Mouth Transmission Encouragement Affects Consumers' Transmission Decisions, Receiver Selection, and Diffusion Speed. International Journal of Research in Marketing. (Accepted) Full text availability may be restricted.
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Stephen, Andrew T. and Lehmann, Donald R. (2016) How Word-Of-Mouth Transmission Encouragement Affects Consumers’ Transmission Decisions, Receiver Selection, and Diffusion Speed. Said Business School Working Paper 2016-14.
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Stephen, Andrew T., Scianda, Michael and Inman, Jeffrey (2015) Is it What You Say or How You Say it? How Content Characteristics Affect Consumer Engagement with Brands on Facebook. Said Business School Working Paper 2015-19.
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Stephen, Andrew T. and Zubcsek, Peter P. (2015) People Offer Better Ideas When They Can’t See What Others Suggest. Harvard Business Review, 24th July. Link to full text available through this repository.
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Stephen, Andrew T., Zubcsek, Peter P. and Goldenberg, Jacob (2016) Lower Connectivity Is Better: The Effects Of Network Structure On Customer Innovativeness In Interdependent Ideation Tasks. Journal of Marketing Research. Link to full text available through this repository.
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Thomaz, Felipe, Stephen, Andrew T. and Swaminathan, Vanitha (2015) Using Social Media Monitoring Data to Forecast Online Word-of-Mouth Valence: A Network Autoregressive Approach. Saïd Business School WP 2015-15.
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Wilcox, Keith, Laran, Juliano, Stephen, Andrew T. and Zubcsek, Peter P. How Being Busy Can Increase Motivation and Reduce Task Completion Time. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. (Accepted)
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Wilcox, Keith, Laran, Juliano, Stephen, Andrew T. and Zubcsek, Peter P. (2016) How Being Busy Can Increase Motivation and Reduce Task Completion Time. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 110 (3). pp. 371-384.
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