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The emergence of neuromarketing investigated through online public communications (2002–2008)

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  • Clément Levallois

    (emlyon business school)

  • Ale Smidts
  • Paul Wouters

Abstract

Neuromarketing' designates both a developing industry and an academic research field. This study documents the emergence of neuromarketing through the first mention of the term in traditional and new media until the stabilization of the field. Our main interest is to establish whether neuromarketing developed separately as an academic field and as an industry (with knowledge transfer from the former to the latter), or whether it was an act of co-creation. Based on a corpus gathered from a systematic search on the Web, we trace the multiple forms of engagement between academic and commercial communities, echoed but also shaped by reports in traditional and new media. We find that neuromarketing developed an identity through a set of practices and a series of debates which involved intertwined communities of academic researchers and practitioners. This result offers an alternative to the narrative of ‘knowledge transfer' between academia and the industry and offers a contribution on how to use new kinds of digital sources in business history.

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  • Clément Levallois & Ale Smidts & Paul Wouters, 2019. "The emergence of neuromarketing investigated through online public communications (2002–2008)," Post-Print hal-02312405, HAL.
  • Handle: RePEc:hal:journl:hal-02312405
    Note: View the original document on HAL open archive server: https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-02312405
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    1. Mohamed Benabdelkrim & Clément Levallois & Jean Savinien & Céline Robardet, 2020. "Opening Fields : A Methodological Contribution to the Identification of Heterogeneous Actors in Unbounded Relational Orders," Post-Print hal-02529429, HAL.
    2. Monica Ţichindelean (Beca) & Mihai Ţichindelean, 2019. "A Study Of Banking Marketers' Perception Regarding The Use Of Neuromarketing Techniques In Banking Services," Annales Universitatis Apulensis Series Oeconomica, Faculty of Sciences, "1 Decembrie 1918" University, Alba Iulia, vol. 2(21), pages 1-8.

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