Consumer attitudes for sustainable production practices in Western Australia
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With the increasing environment concerns, this study identifies the consumer behaviour of sustainable food market in Western Australia. Questionnaire surveys were conducted in Western Australia IGA’s targeting bread consumers. This research identifies that price sensitive consumers are not willing to pay extra for sustainable products. However, consumers who have knowledge of certifications, are health conscious and cares about the environment are willing to pay extra for sustainable products.
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Engaging consumers living in remote areas of Western Australia in the self-management of back pain: A prospective cohort studySlater, Helen; Briggs, Andrew; Bunzli, Samantha; Davies, S.; Smith, Anne; Quintner, J. (2012)Background: In Western Australia (WA), health policy recommends encouraging the use of active self-management strategies as part of the co-care of consumers with persistent low back pain (LBP). As many areas in WA are ...
Xavier, Patrick; Ypsilanti, D. (2008)Purpose – This paper aims to examine the extent to which telecommunications consumers decide to switch and why. Design/methodology/approach – Results from surveys of consumer switching behaviour in a number of countries ...
Xavier, Patrick; Kallinikios, J. (2011)The cognitive decision-making processes examined by behavioural economics help explain why consumer behaviour can deviate from that predicted by conventional economic theory. This paper indicates how a better understanding ...