L'anticonsumo nel settore alimentare: come i consumatori plasmano il mercato

Daniele Dalli, Francesca Montagnini, Roberta Sebastiani

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The paper deals with the role of consumers in the process of market transformation, both theoretically and empirically. Two case studies have been selected (Eataly and GAS Roccafranca, Turin) that will be employed in order to describe how the supply side of the market answers to the new and increasing consumers’ expectations in terms of sustainability and authenticity of goods and services within the food sector. Eataly can be considered an example of a traditional business model (large specialized stores chain) that has been reconsidered in order to fulfill new needs, while the GAS can be seen as a relatively new channel which is confronting and challenging traditional distribution systems. Implications of the study for theory building and management will be discussed.
Titolo tradotto del contributo[Autom. eng. transl.] Anti-consumption in the food sector: how consumers shape the market
Lingua originaleItalian
Titolo della pubblicazione ospiteThe proceedings of 10th International Conference Marketing Trends
Numero di pagine22
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 2011
Evento10th International Marketing Trends Conference - Parigi
Durata: 20 gen 201122 gen 2011


Convegno10th International Marketing Trends Conference


  • anti-consumption
  • ethical consumption
  • social movements
  • sustainability


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