Matthew Gorton
Newcastle University
Economic policySupply chainAdvertisingAgricultureEconomySociologyBusinessPaymentSubsistence agriculturePsychologyEconomicsMarketingSurvey data collectionProcurementInvestment (macroeconomics)Production (economics)Quality (business)Member statesMarket economyIndustrial organizationRestructuringAgricultural economicsEconomic growth
198Publications
27H-index
2,373Citations
Publications 173
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#1Min Yan (Newcastle University)
#2Raffaele FilieriH-Index: 21
Last. Matthew Gorton (Newcastle University)H-Index: 27
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Abstract Given the dynamic nature of digital technologies, understanding why users intend to continue to use them or not is important for practitioners and academics alike. This paper presents an up-to-date Systematic Literature Review (SLR) of Continuance Intention (CI) for online technologies. The SLR classifies and analyses 147 relevant articles on CI in the field of online technology. It analyses papers according to the type of online technology as well as four groups of antecedents (psychol...
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Abstract The desire to maintain a healthy lifestyle is growing amongst consumers globally as well as the adoption of health apps. Prior research investigates what affects adoption of a health app, but few studies consider Continuance Intention (CI) for mobile health apps. Drawing on the Information Systems Continuance Model and integrating social (i.e. subjective norms) and psychological factors (i.e. flow experience, health consciousness, behavioral change techniques), we develop a framework te...
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An intention-behavior gap often occurs for socially responsible consumption, where despite positive consumer attitudes, sales remain disappointing. This paper aims to test the ability of in-store priming to increase sales of local foods vis-a-vis imported, cheaper equivalents.,Laboratory and field experiments in three countries (Croatia, Slovenia and Serbia), working with an international grocery retailer, assess the ability of textual and pictorial-based point of sale (PoS) materials to increas...
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#1Phuong Nguyen Thu Tran (Newcastle University)H-Index: 1
#2Matthew Gorton (Newcastle University)H-Index: 27
Last. Fred Lemke (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven)H-Index: 15
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Abstract This study investigates a ‘dark-side’ of supplier–buyer relationships, specifically the links between supplier development initiatives, relational norms and supplier opportunism, utilizing thematic analysis and qualitative comparative analysis. While buyers often employ supplier development initiatives to improve procurement, they can be ineffective and stimulate opportunistic behaviour by suppliers. Drawing on the case of agri-food supply chains in Vietnam, the paper analyses the relat...
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#1Shahabi, Ahangarkolaee, S (UT: University of Tehran)
#2Matthew Gorton (Newcastle University)H-Index: 27
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#1Robert AngellH-Index: 12
#2Matthew GortonH-Index: 27
Last. Antonia ErzH-Index: 5
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#1Nina M. SaviolidisH-Index: 4
#2Gudrun OlafsdottirH-Index: 21
Last. Sigurdur G. BogasonH-Index: 8
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Transitioning agri-food systems towards increased sustainability and resilience requires that attention be paid to sustainable food consumption policies. Policy-making processes often require the engagement and acceptance of key stakeholders. This study analyses stakeholders’ solutions for creating sustainable agri-food systems, through interviews with a broad range of stakeholders including food value chain actors, non-governmental organizations, governmental institutions, research institutions...
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#1Robert Angell (University of Southampton)H-Index: 12
#2Paul Andrew Bottomley (Cardiff University)H-Index: 24
Last. John White (University of Plymouth)H-Index: 13
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Research question: While cross-border sport sponsorships are widespread, such partnerships introduce a notable complication – consumers in one country may dislike the sponsor’s country of origin (C...
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#1Jeremy Phillipson (Newcastle University)H-Index: 22
#2Matthew Gorton (Newcastle University)H-Index: 27
Last. Sally Shortall (Newcastle University)H-Index: 20
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This paper presents a rapid assessment of current and likely future impacts of the COVID-19 outbreak on rural economies given their socio-economic characteristics. Drawing principally on current evidence for the UK, as well as lessons from the 2001 Foot and Mouth Disease outbreak and the 2007/8 financial crises, it outlines the likely key demand and supply effects, paying attention to the situation for agriculture as well as discussing the implications for rural communities. A distinction is mad...
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#1Saleh Bazi (Newcastle University)H-Index: 2
#2Raffaele FilieriH-Index: 21
Last. Matthew Gorton (Newcastle University)H-Index: 27
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Abstract Customers engaging with brands on social media is critical to social media managers; however, there is still a lack of in-depth studies on the drivers of consumers’ engagement with luxury brands. Drawing on 25 semi-structured interviews with customers following luxury brands in social media, this study explores what motivates customers to engage with luxury brands on social media. This research develops a theoretical framework for the motivations of customers’ cognitive, emotional and b...
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