Cristiano Smaniotto
Aarhus University
CreativityEpistemologyEnvironmental economicsConsumption (economics)ElectronicsSemioticsSociologyBusinessArtificial intelligencePsychologyTaste (sociology)EconomicsMarketingNatural resource economicsMarket systemCognitive sciencePerspective (graphical)Value (ethics)Reverse logisticsCircular economyProduction (economics)Subject (philosophy)Context (language use)Social practiceMeaning (existential)Object (grammar)Generating capacityPower dynamicsConsumer researchSustainable systemsComputer visionIndustrial organizationComputer science
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#1Cristiano Smaniotto (AU: Aarhus University)
#2Julie Emontspool (University of Southern Denmark)H-Index: 5
Last. Søren Askegaard (University of Southern Denmark)H-Index: 28
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This article argues that consumption logistics are fundamental modes of ordering markets. Constructivist Market Studies (CMS) and Market System Dynamics (MSD) approaches improved our understanding ...
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#1Mikkel NøjgaardH-Index: 2
Last. Søren AskegaardH-Index: 28
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#2Cristiano Smaniotto (AU: Aarhus University)
Last. Henrik WenzelH-Index: 38
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Consumers across the globe tend to store their small electronic devices when they reach their end of life instead of disposing of them. This is a problem because if end-of-life devices are not recovered from consumers’ homes, the devices cannot be re-used or recycled, leading to increased production. We study what motivates consumers to store their end-of-life devices by looking at how storage creates consumer value. Applying a practice-based understanding of value, we find that storage is a soc...
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