Reconciling demands of conscience: a grounded theory of consumer behaviour in the Fairtrade context

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Gillani, Alvina;
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Fairtrade is a trading partnership which contributes to sustainable development by offering better conditions while safeguarding the rights of marginalised producers in the global South. This study presents a grounded theory of consumer purchase decision making in the c... View more
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