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This purpose of this study was to investigate the negative impact of service failures on customer loyalty. More specifically, we examined the moderating role of affective commitment on post‐failure attitudes and loyalty intentions under two service failure conditions: a successful and poor...
This experimental study examined how the three dimensions of fairness (distributive, procedural and interactional) influence consumers' attributional processes, their post‐recovery satisfaction and behavioral responses (repatronage intent and negative word‐of‐mouth) in a service failure...
This paper investigates self‐service technology (SST) encounters among Canadian B2B (business‐to‐business) customers. It provides an understanding of key determinants of satisfaction and dissatisfaction. This research also explores issues relating to service recovery in case of SST failure...
Time waiting for service is a major concern for consumers, and excessive waiting for a pre‐scheduled appointment is especially annoying. This is an on‐going problem because appointment scheduling is a challenging task, mainly due to the uncertainties associated with service times. Prior...
For service providers, whether customers can act the role of partial employees when participating in the service production and delivery process is a subject that has been receiving conflicting explanations and has not been analysed empirically. The purpose of this study is to examine the...
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