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Dr. J. (Joris) Demmers

Faculty of Economics and Business
Section Strategy & International Business

Visiting address
  • Plantage Muidergracht 12
Postal address
  • Postbus 15953
    1001 NL Amsterdam
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  • Publications

    2021

    • Demmers, J., Weihrauch, A. N., & Mattison Thompson, F. H. (2021). Your data is (not) my data: The role of social value orientation in sharing data about others. Journal of Consumer Psychology, 1-9. https://doi.org/10.1002/jcpy.1255

    2020

    • Demmers, J., Weltevreden, J. W. J., & van Dolen, W. M. (2020). Consumer Engagement with Brand Posts on Social Media in Consecutive Stages of the Customer Journey. International Journal of Electronic Commerce, 24(1), 53-77. https://doi.org/10.1080/10864415.2019.1683701 [details]
    • Sharma, U., Rudinac, S., Worring, M., Demmers, J., & van Dolen, W. (2020). Semantic Path-Based Learning for Review Volume Prediction. In J. M. Jose, E. Yilmaz, J. Magalhães, P. Castells, N. Ferro, M. J. Silva, & F. Martins (Eds.), Advances in Information Retrieval: 42nd European Conference on IR Research, ECIR 2020, Lisbon, Portugal, April 14-17, 2020 : proceedings (Vol. I, pp. 821-835). (Lecture Notes in Computer Science; Vol. 12035). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-45439-5_54 [details]

    2018

    2017

    2014

    • Demmers, J., van Dolen, W. M., & Weltevreden, J. W. J. (2014). "Bedankt voor het Compliment!” Het Effect van Bedrijfsreacties op Positieve Online Word-of-Mouth. In A. E. Bronner, P. Dekker, E. de Leeuw, L. J. Paas, K. de Ruyter, A. Smidts, & J. E. Wieringa (Eds.), Ontwikkelingen in het marktonderzoek: Jaarboek 2014 MarktOnderzoekAssociatie (pp. 55-70). (Jaarboek MarktOnderzoekAssociatie; No. 39). Haarlem: Spaar en Hout. [details]

    2017

    • Demmers, J., van Dolen, W. M., & Weltevreden, J. (2017). Engagement with Brand Posts during Consecutive Stages of the Customer Journey. Paper presented at EMAC Annual Conference, Groningen, Netherlands.

    2016

    • Demmers, J., Zerres, A., van Dolen, W. M., & Weltevreden, J. (2016). The privacy paradox: a CLT perspective. Paper presented at EMAC 2016, Oslo, Norway.

    2014

    • Demmers, J., Mehta, R., van Dolen, W. M., & Weinberg, C. (2014). When red means go: effects of red on non-compliance under sensation-seeking. Paper presented at EMAC 2014, Valencia, Spain.
    • Demmers, J., Weltevreden, J., & van Dolen, W. M. (2014). Addressing the online privacy dilemma: using opt-in and private messages to overcome privacy concerns associated with new SNS marketing techniques. Paper presented at General Online Research (GOR), Cologne, Germany.
    • Demmers, J., van Dolen, W. M., & Weltevreden, J. (2014). Addressing the online privacy dilemma: using opt-in and private messages to overcome privacy concerns associated with new SNS marketing techniques. Paper presented at Interactive Marketing Research Summit 2014, San Diego, United States.

    2013

    • Demmers, J., Weltevreden, J., & van Dolen, W. M. (2013). Webcare on Social Network Sites: Attentive Customer Care or Privacy Infringement?. Paper presented at General Online Research (GOR), Mannheim, Germany.
    • Demmers, J., van Dolen, W. M., & Weltevreden, J. (2013). Attentive customer care or privacy infringement? Dealing with customer feedback on social network sites. Paper presented at EMAC 2013, Istanbul, Turkey.
    • Demmers, J., van Dolen, W. M., & Weltevreden, J. (2013). The privacy risks associated with proactive online customer service. Paper presented at PREBEM, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

    2018

    • Demmers, J. (2018). Consumers and their data: When and why they share it. [details]
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