An examination of the differences in retail service evaluation between domestic and tourist shoppers in Hong Kong
Tourist shopping behavior, Customer perceived value, Customer satisfaction, Behavioral intentions
In recent years, the concept of customer perceived value has attracted increasing attention among practitioners and academics. Despite a growing body of literature, calls remain for more sophisticated measures of the construct. This paper investigates an expanded scale of customer perceived value among two shopper groups and its resulting impact on retail performance. Findings reveal distinct differences in the drivers of customer perceived value between local and tourist shoppers in Hong Kong. Results offer significant implications for retailers and future research in this strategically important area.
Lloyd, A. E.,Yip, L. S.,& Luk, S. T. (2011). An examination of the differences in retail service evaluation between domestic and tourist shoppers in Hong Kong. Tourism Management, 32 (3), 520-533. http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.1016/j.tourman.2010.04.004