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Consuming luxury brands: The relevance of the ‘Rarity Principle’
I Phau;G Prendergast.
Devil wears (counterfeit) Prada: a study of antecedents and outcomes of attitudes towards counterfeits of luxury brands
Ian Phau;Min Teah.
Factors influencing the types of products and services purchased over the Internet
Ian Phau;Sui Meng Poon.
Attitudes towards environmentally friendly products: the influence of ecoliteracy, interpersonal influence and value orientation
Isaac Cheah;Ian Phau.
Brand personality and consumer self-expression: Single or dual carriageway?
Ian Phau;Kong Cheen Lau.
Understanding consumer demand for non-deceptive pirated brands
Gerard P Prendergast;Leung Hing Chuen;Ian Phau.
Conceptualizing the country of origin of brand
Ian Phau;Gerard P Prendergast.
Profiling fashion innovators
Ian Phau;Chang‐Chin Lo.
Extending symbolic brands using their personality: examining antecedents and implications towards brand image fit and brand dilution
Kong Cheen Lau;Ian Phau.
An investigation of the effects of environmental claims in promotional messages for clothing brands
Ian Phau;Denise Ong.
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