Customer-Company Identification: A Study of Relational Consequences in the Non-Profit Sector
In the first section, a literature review on identification enables a clear definition of the "Customer-Company Identification" construct to be given. Then in the second section, the conceptual framework and the main hypothesis are exposed. In the third section, an empirical investigation into a non-profit sector (i.e. higher education) is presented. Finally, in the last section the results are discussed.
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