Research on Internet Browsing and Purchasing
In Fall 1999, a sample of internet users were interviewed concerning their browsing and purchasing behaviors as part of a set of choices including bricks and mortar stores, catalogs, and web site patronage.
The findings are published in the Journal of Consumer Marketing and are reprinted here. The citation is as follows:
Kaufman-Scarborough, Carol and Jay D. Lindquist (2002), “E-shopping in a Multiple Channel Environment,” Journal of Consumer Marketing, Vol. 19, No. 4, 333-350.
1. Link to Journal of Consumer Marketing.
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2. Link to full-text article.