Andrew Dahl
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The relationship between employee satisfaction and hospital patient experiences
J Peltier, A Dahl, F Mulhern
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, Northwestern University, 2009
822009
The impact of social, cognitive and attitudinal dimensions on college students' support for organ donation
AM D'Alessandro, JW Peltier, AJ Dahl
American Journal of Transplantation 12 (1), 152-161, 2012
572012
Critical thinking and reflective learning in the marketing education literature: A historical perspective and future research needs
AJ Dahl, JW Peltier, JA Schibrowsky
Journal of Marketing Education 40 (2), 101-116, 2018
422018
Antecedent consumer factors, consequential branding outcomes and measures of online consumer engagement: current research and future directions
BA Vander Schee, JW Peltier, AJ Dahl
Journal of Research in Interactive Marketing 14 (2), 239-268, 2020
392020
Internal Marketing and Employee Satisfaction and Loyalty: Cross-Cultural Scale Validation in Context of US and German Nurses
AJ Dahl, JW Peltier
Journal of Consumer Satisfaction, Dissatisfaction and Complaining Behavior …, 2014
272014
Digital information flows across a B2C/C2C continuum and technological innovations in service ecosystems: A service-dominant logic perspective
JW Peltier, AJ Dahl, EL Swan
Journal of Business Research 121, 724-734, 2020
242020
Development of a value Co‐creation wellness model: the role of physicians and digital information seeking on health behaviors and health outcomes
AJ Dahl, JW Peltier, GR Milne
Journal of Consumer Affairs 52 (3), 562-594, 2018
242018
A Historical Review and Future Research Agenda for the Field of Consumer Satisfaction, Dissatisfaction, & Complaining Behavior
A Dahl, J Peltier
Journal of Consumer Satisfaction, Dissatisfaction & Complaining Behavior 28, 2015
242015
Use of social media and college student organizations to increase support for organ donation and advocacy: a case report
AM D'Alessandro, JW Peltier, AJ Dahl
Progress in Transplantation 22 (4), 436-441, 2012
242012
A large-scale qualitative study of the potential use of social media by university students to increase awareness and support for organ donation
AM D'Alessandro, JW Peltier, AJ Dahl
Progress in Transplantation 22 (2), 183-191, 2012
232012
Digital health information seeking in an omni-channel environment: A shared decision-making and service-dominant logic perspective
AJ Dahl, GR Milne, JW Peltier
Journal of Business Research, 2019
212019
Differential effects of omni-channel touchpoints and digital behaviors on digital natives’ social cause engagement
AJ Dahl, AM D’Alessandro, JW Peltier, EL Swan
Journal of Research in Interactive Marketing 12 (3), 258-273, 2018
182018
Sequential loss of self-control: Exploring the antecedents and consequences of student credit card debt
JW Peltier, AJ Dahl, JE Schibrowsky
Journal of Financial Services Marketing 21 (3), 167-181, 2016
142016
Health-care marketing in an omni-channel environment: Exploring telemedicine and other digital touchpoints
EL Swan, AJ Dahl, JW Peltier
Journal of Research in Interactive Marketing, 2019
122019
A sequential decision framework for increasing college students' support for organ donation and organ donor registration
JW Peltier, AM D'Alessandro, AJ Dahl, TH Feeley
Progress in Transplantation 22 (3), 323-332, 2012
122012
Social media’s effectiveness for activating social declarations and motivating personal discussions to improve organ donation consent rates
AJ Dahl, K Barber, J Peltier
Journal of Research in Interactive Marketing 13 (1), 47-61, 2019
102019
Digital servitization value co-creation framework for AI services: a research agenda for digital transformation in financial service ecosystems
EHM Payne, AJ Dahl, J Peltier
Journal of Research in Interactive Marketing, 2021
72021
Wikipedia: An Opportunity to Teach Marketing Students Worldwide--And a Call for More Crowdsourced Marketing Content on Wikipedia. com.
AJ Dahl, DM Gray, J Peltier
Journal of Strategic Management Education 12, 2016
12016
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EMPLOYEE SATISFACTION
J PELTIER, A DAHL, F MULHERN
12009
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