Exploring Impulse Buying Behavior Among Iranian Tourist In Malaysia
The subject of buying especially impulse buying for many marketing researchers is attractive and fascinating. Retailers interest in work in process of buying and create a situation to pursue individuals to purchase goods. The objectives of this study were to investigate: (a) to determine the level of impulse buying between Iranian( tourists ) in Malaysia, (b) To determine the influence of individuals deference variables such as shopping enjoyment and impulse buying tendency on latent constructs including in-store browsing and impulse buying among Iranians. In this study, structural equation model using a correlation matrix with maximum likelihood was estimated for examining the relationships among individual variables and in-store browsing by AMOS 18. Data were collected from Malaysia (Kuala- Lumpur) shopping centers (n = 120) where Iranian tourists often visit and buying goods. Data collected at two points in time (during pre -and post-shopping interviewed). Results revealed that the individual difference variables (shopping enjoyment and impulse buying tendency) were influence to the in store browsing and impulse buying.
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