Marketing, Social psychology, Consumer behaviour, Commercial law and Sustainable consumption are his primary areas of study. In general Social psychology study, his work on Norm often relates to the realm of Context, Unconscious mind and Panel analysis, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His Consumer behaviour research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Ecolabel, Consumption, Process and Early adopter.
His Consumption research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Natural resource economics, Commerce and Food systems. His research in Sustainable consumption intersects with topics in Consumer research, Public policy and Public relations. The concepts of his Travel behavior study are interwoven with issues in Theory of planned behavior and Advertising.
John Thøgersen spends much of his time researching Marketing, Social psychology, Advertising, Context and Commercial law. His studies in Marketing integrate themes in fields like Control and Food systems. His Social psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Spillover effect and Function.
His work in Advertising is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Public transport. His Commercial law research covers fields of interest such as Incentive and Public economics. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Consumer behaviour, Natural resource economics is strongly linked to Consumption.
John Thøgersen mostly deals with Commercial law, Sustainable consumption, Agricultural economics, Social psychology and Structural equation modeling. His work deals with themes such as Sustainable seafood, Advertising, Norm and Knowledge management, which intersect with Sustainable consumption. John Thøgersen has researched Advertising in several fields, including Consumption and Overconsumption.
John Thøgersen interconnects Self construal and Action in the investigation of issues within Social psychology. His Structural equation modeling research incorporates Marketing, Discriminant validity, Comparative perspective, Public transport and Survey data collection. The study incorporates disciplines such as Food waste and Questionnaire in addition to Marketing.
His primary areas of study are Public economics, Structural equation modeling, Sustainable agriculture, Marketing and Food choice. His Public economics research incorporates themes from Urban transportation, Bus transit and Public transport. John Thøgersen has included themes like Food waste and Food systems in his Sustainable agriculture study.
His Marketing study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Nudge theory and Set. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Advertising and Sustainable consumption. His studies deal with areas such as Situational ethics, Data quality and Data collection as well as Consumption.
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Sustainable Consumption: Opportunities for Consumer Research and Public Policy:
Andrea Prothero;Susan Dobscha;Jim Freund;William E . Kilbourne.
Human values and the emergence of a sustainable consumption pattern: A panel study
John Thøgersen;Folke Ölander.
Understanding of consumer behaviour as a prerequisite for environmental protection
Folke ölander;John ThØgersen.
Spillover of environment-friendly consumer behaviour
John Thøgersen;Folke Ölander.
Simple and Painless? The Limitations of Spillover in Environmental Campaigning
John Thøgersen;Tom Crompton.
Psychological Determinants of Paying Attention to Eco-Labels in Purchase Decisions: Model Development and Multinational Validation
Activation of social norms in social dilemmas: A review of the evidence and reflections on the implications for environmental behaviour
Anders Biel;John Thøgersen.
Journal of Economic Psychology (2007)
Norms for environmentally responsible behaviour: An extended taxonomy
Journal of Environmental Psychology (2006)
How May Consumer Policy Empower Consumers for Sustainable Lifestyles
Consumer responses to ecolabels
John Thøgersen;Pernille Haugaard;Anja Olesen.
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