His scientific interests lie mostly in Marketing, Advertising, The Internet, Mass customization and Business studies. His Marketing research includes themes of Empirical research and Operations research. The various areas that Benedict G. C. Dellaert examines in his Advertising study include Purchasing and Affect.
The concepts of his Purchasing study are interwoven with issues in Situational ethics and Usability, Technology acceptance model. He has researched Mass customization in several fields, including Balance, Control and Adaptation. As a part of the same scientific family, Benedict G. C. Dellaert mostly works in the field of Choice architecture, focusing on Management science and, on occasion, Preference data.
His primary areas of study are Marketing, Microeconomics, Consumer choice, Advertising and Mental representation. His work on Consumer behaviour as part of general Marketing study is frequently linked to Conceptual framework, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Microeconomics course of study focuses on Network formation and Stochastic game and Value.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Mass customization, Econometrics and Set. His Advertising study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as The Internet. He combines subjects such as Sharing economy and Production theory with his study of Value.
Benedict G. C. Dellaert focuses on Marketing, Conceptual framework, Set, Choice architecture and Production. His Marketing research focuses on Intermediary in particular. His studies in Set integrate themes in fields like Field and Environmental economics.
Benedict G. C. Dellaert interconnects Quality, Financial literacy, Industrial organization and Portfolio in the investigation of issues within Choice architecture. His Quality study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Machine learning, Consumer choice and Artificial intelligence. His Production study incorporates themes from Value, Sharing economy and Consumer behaviour.
Benedict G. C. Dellaert mostly deals with Marketing, Conceptual framework, Actuarial science, Welfare and Management science. His Marketing study focuses on Intermediary in particular. Conceptual framework is intertwined with Production, Sharing economy, Production theory, Value and Consumer behaviour in his research.
His work carried out in the field of Actuarial science brings together such families of science as Quality, Outcome, Asset allocation and Set. The study incorporates disciplines such as Preference elicitation, Preference, Asset and Lottery in addition to Welfare. While the research belongs to areas of Management science, Benedict G. C. Dellaert spends his time largely on the problem of Identification, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Discrete choice and Goal conflict.
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What drives consumers to shop online? A literature review
Toñita Perea y Monsuwé;Benedict G.C. Dellaert;Ko de Ruyter.
Beyond nudges: Tools of a choice architecture
Eric J. Johnson;Suzanne B. Shu;Benedict G. C. Dellaert;Craig Fox.
Marketing Mass-Customized Products: Striking a Balance Between Utility and Complexity
Benedict G.C. Dellaert;Stefan Stremersch.
Journal of Marketing Research (2005)
How tolerable is delay?: Consumers’ evaluations of internet web sites after waiting
Benedict G.C. Dellaert;Barbara E. Kahn.
Multi-faceted tourist travel decisions: A constraint-based conceptual framework to describe tourists' sequential choices of travel components
Benedict G.C. Dellaert;Dick F. Ettema;Christer Lindh.
Retailing Innovations in a Globalizing Retail Market Environment
Werner Reinartz;Benedict Dellaert;Manfred Krafft;Vibhore Kumar.
The Effect of Attribute Variation on Consumer Choice Consistency
Benedict G.C. Dellaert;Jeff D. Brazell;Jordan J. Louviere.
Marketing Letters (1999)
Investigating consumers" tendency to combine multiple shopping purposes and destinations
Benedict G.C. Dellaert;Theo A. Arentze;Michel Bierlaire;Aloys W.J. Borgers.
Journal of Marketing Research (1998)
The Bright Side and Dark Side of Embedded Ties in Business-to-Business Innovation
Corine Noordhoff;Kyriakos Kyriakopoulos;Christina Moorman;Pieter Pauwels.
Journal of Marketing (2011)
Beyond Nudges: Tools of a Choice Architecture
Eric J. Johnson;Suzzane B. Shu;Benedict G. C. Dellaert;Benedict G. C. Dellaert;Craig R. Fox.
Social Science Research Network (2013)
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