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Elisa Monnot

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First Name:Elisa
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Last Name:Monnot
RePEc Short-ID:pmo688
Cergy-Pontoise, France

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33 1 34 25 62 33
33, boulevard du port - 95011 Cergy-Pontoise Cedex
RePEc:edi:themafr (more details at EDIRC)
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  1. Fanny Reniou & Elisa Monnot & Leïla Elgaaïed-Gambier & Béatrice Parguel, 2016. "“Thinking outside the packaging box”: should brands consider store shelf context when eliminating overpackaging?," Post-Print hal-01330694, HAL.
  2. Fanny Reniou & Elisa Monnot & Béatrice Parguel & Leïla Elgaaïed-Gambier, 2016. "“With or without you”: Is it worthwhile for brands to eliminate overpackaging? The integration of the context effect," Post-Print hal-01330697, HAL.
  3. Elisa Monnot & Fanny Reniou & Béatrice Parguel & Leïla Elgaaied, 2016. "With or without you: Is it worthwhile for a brand to eliminate overpackaging? New insights from context effects," Post-Print hal-01416373, HAL.
  4. Fanny Reniou & Elisa Monnot & Leïla Elgaaïed-Gambier, 2016. "Faire de l’écologie un standard : activer une norme sociale descriptive pour encourager les comportements écologiques. Rôle de la crédibilité du message et de l’endossement," Post-Print hal-01330695, HAL.
  5. Elisa Monnot & Fanny Reniou & Béatrice Parguel & Leïla Elgaaied-Gambier, 2016. "Les marques ont-elles intérêt à se débarrasser de leurs suremballages ? Analyse des effets de contexte," Post-Print hal-01416634, HAL.
  6. Elisa Monnot & Fanny Reniou & Béatrice Parguel, 2014. "Consumer responses to elimination of overpackaging on private label products," Working Papers halshs-01076408, HAL.
  7. Fanny Reniou & Béatrice Parguel & Elisa Monnot, 2014. "Les marques peuvent-elles toutes se permettre de supprimer le suremballage ?," Post-Print hal-01330693, HAL.
  8. Elisa Monnot & Fanny Reniou & Aurélien Rouquet, 2014. "Waste recycling: a characterization of logistics used by consumers
    [Le tri des déchets ménagers : une caractérisation des logistiques déployées par les consommateurs]
    ," Post-Print hal-01123407, HAL.
  9. Béatrice Parguel & Florence Benoît-Moreau & Elisa Monnot & Fanny Reniou & Fabrice Larceneux, 2014. "Recherche et implications en marketing : l'intégration du développement durable," Working Papers halshs-00948949, HAL.
  10. Fanny Reniou & Elisa Monnot & Leïla Elgaaïed-Gambier, 2014. "Comment encourager les consommateurs à privilégier des produits non suremballés ? Effets de l’activation d’une norme descriptive," Post-Print hal-01330691, HAL.
  11. Elisa Monnot & Fanny Reniou, 2013. ""Fed up with messages about ecology!": towards an understanding of consumer contestation of ecological messages
    [« Ras le bol d'entendre parler d'écologie ! » : comprendre la contestation
    ," Post-Print hal-01123357, HAL.
  12. Béatrice Parguel & Audrey Bonnemaizon & Elisa Monnot & Fabrice Larceneux & Fanny Reniou & Florence Benoît-Moreau, 2012. "Entre permanence et (r)évolution : les finalités sociétales de la recherche française en marketing," Post-Print halshs-00755751, HAL.
  13. Elisa Monnot & Fanny Reniou, 2012. "Les suremballages : des emballages superflus pour les consommateurs ?," Post-Print hal-01123727, HAL.
  14. Fanny Reniou & Elisa Monnot & Aurélien Rouquet, 2012. "Towards an understanding of the household role in the reverse household waste logistics," Post-Print hal-01330689, HAL.
  15. Fanny Reniou & Elisa Monnot, 2010. "Suremballage : nécessité ou gaspillage pour le consommateur ?," Post-Print hal-01325135, HAL.
  16. Fanny Reniou & Elisa Monnot, 2010. "Over-Packaging: from need to wastage," Post-Print hal-01325138, HAL.
  17. Fanny Reniou & Elisa Monnot, 2010. "Les suremballages, des emballages superflus pour les consommateurs ? Les pratiques domestiques des consommateurs à l’égard des suremballages," Post-Print hal-01323004, HAL.
  18. Fanny Reniou & Elisa Monnot & Pierre Volle, 2009. "L'identification du client à l'entreprise : une étude des conséquences relationnelles dans le secteur non marchand," Post-Print halshs-00638641, HAL.
  19. Elisa Monnot & Fanny Reniou & Pierre Volle, 2009. "Customer-Company Identification: A Study of Relational Consequences in the Non-Profit Sector," Post-Print halshs-00638643, HAL.
NEP is an announcement service for new working papers, with a weekly report in each of many fields. This author has had 4 papers announced in NEP. These are the fields, ordered by number of announcements, along with their dates. If the author is listed in the directory of specialists for this field, a link is also provided.
  1. NEP-MKT: Marketing (3) 2014-03-01 2015-08-19 2015-08-25. Author is listed
  2. NEP-ENV: Environmental Economics (2) 2015-08-25 2015-08-25. Author is listed
  3. NEP-AGR: Agricultural Economics (1) 2015-08-25. Author is listed

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