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Lawrence Lockshin
Lawrence Lockshin
Professor of Wine Marketing
Verified email at unisa.edu.au
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Retail relationships and store loyalty: a multi-level perspective
G Macintosh, LS Lockshin
International Journal of Research in marketing 14 (5), 487-497, 1997
15341997
Using simulations from discrete choice experiments to measure consumer sensitivity to brand, region, price, and awards in wine choice
L Lockshin, W Jarvis, F d’Hauteville, JP Perrouty
Food quality and preference 17 (3-4), 166-178, 2006
6682006
Consumer behaviour for wine 2.0: A review since 2003 and future directions
L Lockshin, AM Corsi
Wine Economics and Policy 1 (1), 2-23, 2012
4752012
Using product, brand and purchasing involvement for retail segmentation
LS Lockshin, AL Spawton, G Macintosh
Journal of Retailing and Consumer services 4 (3), 171-183, 1997
4581997
Consumer purchasing behaviour for wine: what we know and where we are going
L Lockshin, J Hall
University of South Australia, Wine Marketing Research Group, 2003
3932003
Message on a bottle: The relative influence of wine back label information on wine choice
S Mueller, L Lockshin, Y Saltman, J Blanford
Food Quality and Preference 21 (1), 22-32, 2010
3082010
The influence of wine attributes on region of origin equity: An analysis of the moderating effect of consumer's perceived expertise
JP Perrouty, F d'Hauteville, L Lockshin
Agribusiness: An International Journal 22 (3), 323-341, 2006
2982006
Using involvement and brand equity to develop a wine tourism strategy
L Lockshin, T Spawton
International Journal of Wine Marketing 13 (1), 72-81, 2001
2692001
Segmentation by involvement or nationality for global retailing: A cross-national comparative study of wine shopping behaviours
L Lockshin, P Quester, T Spawton
Journal of Wine Research 12 (3), 223-236, 2001
2262001
Organizational life cycles in small New Zealand wineries
M Beverland, LS Lockshin
Journal of Small Business Management 39 (4), 354-362, 2001
2012001
Combining discrete choice and informed sensory testing in a two-stage process: Can it predict wine market share?
S Mueller, P Osidacz, IL Francis, L Lockshin
Food Quality and Preference 21 (7), 741-754, 2010
1922010
Exploring the links between wine choice and dining occasions: Factors of influence
J Hall, L Lockshin, G Barry O'Mahony
International journal of wine marketing 13 (1), 36-53, 2001
1902001
The effect of price and oak flavor on perceived wine quality
LS Lockshin, W Timothy Rhodus
International journal of wine marketing 5 (2/3), 13-25, 1993
1881993
What you see may not be what you get: Asking consumers what matters may not reflect what they choose
S Mueller, L Lockshin, JJ Louviere
Marketing Letters 21, 335-350, 2010
1872010
Global vs international involvement‐based segmentation: a cross‐national exploratory study
JM Aurifeille, PG Quester, L Lockshin, T Spawton
International Marketing Review 19 (4), 369-386, 2002
1592002
Consumer responses to wine bottle back labels
S Charters, L Lockshin, T Unwin
Journal of Wine Research 10 (3), 183-195, 1999
1581999
Reverse country-of-origin effects of product perceptions on destination image
R Lee, L Lockshin
Journal of Travel Research 51 (4), 502-511, 2012
1532012
Using means-end chains for analysing occasions-not buyers
J Hall, L Lockshin
Australasian Marketing Journal 8 (1), 45-54, 2000
1512000
Wine choice behaviour: the effect of regional branding
M Rasmussen, L Lockshin
International Journal of Wine Marketing 11 (1), 36-46, 1999
1491999
Halo effects of tourists’ destination image on domestic product perceptions
R Lee, L Lockshin
Australasian Marketing Journal 19 (1), 7-13, 2011
1312011
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