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Consumer-bank relationships in mobility and their properties

Consumer-bank relationships in mobility and their properties

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This study adds to the growing body of research on consumption in global mobility, illustrating how mobile consumers navigate their economic reality by managing relationships with banks in different countries. Previous research argues that global mobility enables the liquid consumption logic that is access based, ephemeral and dematerialised. Drawi...

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... four types of consumer-bank relationships are represented in Table 3. We acknowledge that these types of relationships may not represent the plurality of all possible consumer-bank relationships in the financial services context. ...

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