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Nathalie T.M. Demoulin

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First Name:Nathalie
Middle Name:T.M.
Last Name:Demoulin
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RePEc Short-ID:pde856
http://www.ieseg.fr/enseignants-et-recherche/annuaire-academique/professeurs-permanents/?cv_id=444
Lille, France
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Université Lille3, Domaine universitaire du "Pont de bois", BP 60149, Villeneuve d'Ascq Cedex
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  1. K. Charry & N. Demoulin, 2012. "Behavioural evidence for the effectiveness of threat appeals in the promotion of healthy food to children," Post-Print hal-00785675, HAL.
  2. K. Coussement & N. Demoulin & K. Charry, 2011. "Marketing research with SAS enterprise guide," Post-Print hal-00833685, HAL.
  3. N. Demoulin, 2011. "Music congruency in a service setting: The mediating role of emotional and cognitive responses," Post-Print halshs-00583226, HAL.
  4. N. Demoulin & P. Zidda, 2009. "Drivers of customers' adoption and adoption timing of a new loyalty card in the grocery retail market," Post-Print halshs-00487326, HAL.
  5. N. Demoulin & P. Zidda, 2008. "On the impact of loyalty cards on store loyalty:does the customers' satisfaction with the reward scheme matter?," Post-Print hal-00285809, HAL.
  6. N. Demoulin & P. Zidda, 2008. "Les cartes de fidélité fidélisent-elles la clientèle. Quelques morceaux choisis de la recherche en marketing," Post-Print hal-00785687, HAL.
  7. F. Biélen & N. Demoulin, 2007. "Waiting time influence on the satisfaction-loyalty relationship in services," Post-Print hal-00254951, HAL.
  8. N. Demoulin, 2007. "Marketing Decision Support System Openness: A Means of Improving Managers' Understanding of Marketing Phenomena," Post-Print hal-00255789, HAL.
  9. N. Demoulin & A. Le Boedec, 2007. "Matching music and restaurant image to enhance affective, cognitive and behavioral responses in a catering environment," Post-Print hal-00256536, HAL.
  10. N. Demoulin & P. Zidda, 2006. "On the differences between loyalty card adopters and nonadopters," Post-Print hal-00256549, HAL.
  11. F. Biélen & N. Demoulin, 2005. "Evaluation à l'égard du temps d'attente et son effet modérateur sur la relation satisfaction-fidélité des patients," Post-Print hal-00256191, HAL.
  12. F. Biélen & N. Demoulin, 2005. "La relation satisfaction-fidélité : étude du rôle modérateur de la satisfaction à l'égard du temps d'attente dans les services . , 19-20 mai 2005, Nancy," Post-Print hal-00256382, HAL.
  13. A. Carugati & N. Demoulin & E. Hadzilias, 2005. "Setting the Framework For Developing E-government Services on Cultural Heritage," Post-Print hal-00256407, HAL.
  14. N. Demoulin & S. Djelassi, 2005. "Les délais de livraison : perceptions et impacts sur le comportement du consommateur," Post-Print hal-00256529, HAL.
  15. A. Carugati & N. Demoulin, 2004. "On the Use of Churchman's Inquiring Systems in Information Systems Development," Post-Print hal-00680486, HAL.
  1. Nathalie Demoulin & Pietro Zidda, 2008. "Les cartes de fidélité fidélisent-elles la clientèle ?," Reflets et perspectives de la vie économique, De Boeck Université, vol. 0(2), pages 35-41.

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