Michal Carrington
Michal Carrington
Senior Lecturer in Marketing, The University of Melbourne
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au
TitleCited byYear
Why ethical consumers don’t walk their talk: Towards a framework for understanding the gap between the ethical purchase intentions and actual buying behaviour of ethically …
MJ Carrington, BA Neville, GJ Whitwell
Journal of business ethics 97 (1), 139-158, 2010
8682010
Lost in translation: Exploring the ethical consumer intention–behavior gap
MJ Carrington, BA Neville, GJ Whitwell
Journal of Business Research 67 (1), 2759-2767, 2014
3142014
The ideology of the ethical consumption gap
MJ Carrington, D Zwick, B Neville
Marketing Theory 16 (1), 21-38, 2016
952016
“Beyond the attitude-behaviour gap: Novel perspectives in consumer ethics”: Introduction to the thematic symposium
R Caruana, MJ Carrington, A Chatzidakis
Journal of Business Ethics 136 (2), 215-218, 2016
592016
Managing the tensions at the intersection of the triple bottom line: A paradox theory approach to sustainability management
LK Ozanne, M Phipps, T Weaver, M Carrington, M Luchs, J Catlin, ...
Journal of Public Policy & Marketing 35 (2), 249-261, 2016
362016
A., & Whitwell, GJ (2010). Why ethical consumers don’t walk their talk: Towards a framework for understanding the gap between the ethical purchase intentions and actual buying …
MJ Carrington, B Neville
Journal of Business Ethics 97 (1), 139-158, 0
22
The effectiveness of a single intervention of computer‐aided argument mapping in a marketing and a financial accounting subject
M Carrington, R Chen, M Davies, J Kaur, B Neville
Higher Education Research & Development 30 (3), 387-403, 2011
182011
Unmanageable multiplicity: consumer transformation towards moral self coherence
MJ Carrington, B Neville, R Canniford
European Journal of Marketing, 2015
132015
Transformative ethical/sustainable consumption research
M Carrington, I Black, T Newholm
Journal of Nonprofit & Public Sector Marketing 24 (4), 239-246, 2012
122012
Ethics and morality in consumption: interdisciplinary perspectives
D Shaw, M Carrington, A Chatzidakis
Routledge, 2016
112016
Activism and abdication on the inside: The effect of everyday practice on corporate responsibility
M Carrington, D Zwick, B Neville
Journal of Business Ethics 160 (4), 973-999, 2019
72019
Marketers are consumers too: integrating consumer-self in potential value creation
MJ Carrington, BA Neville
European Journal of Marketing, 2016
72016
Reframing The Ethical Consumption ‘Gap’
M Carrington, B Neville
Looking Forward, Looking Back: Drawing on the Past to Shape the Future of …, 2016
42016
CSR and the consumer
M Carrington, B Neville
Corporate social responsibility, 166-204, 2015
32015
Seeking the coherent moral self: A process of alignment
MJ Carrington, BA Neville, R Canniford
NA—Advances in Consumer Research 40, 718-719, 2012
22012
Critical perspectives on ethical consumption
M Carrington, A Chatzidakis
The Routledge Companion to Critical Marketing, 256-270, 2018
12018
Consumption Ethics: A Review and Analysis of Future Directions for Interdisciplinary Research
M Carrington, A Chatzidakis, H Goworek, D Shaw
Journal of Business Ethics, 1-24, 2019
2019
Consuming Modern Slavery
M Carrington, A Chatzidakis, D Shaw
Consuming Modern Slavery, 2018
2018
You’Re Killing Me! Exploring How Consumers With Food Intolerances Navigate Eating Out
M Carrington, G Nyilasy, J Ozanne
ACR North American Advances, 2016
2016
The internal contest for CSR: Individual micro-politics and strategic action fields
BA Neville, MJ Carrington
Academy of Management Proceedings 2016 (1), 16608, 2016
2016
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