Alisa Minina

Alisa Minina
IPAG Business School | IPAG · Marketing and Communication

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
In my research I adopt a sociocultural perspective as a framework for understanding consumption experiences, with the particular focus on globalization, consumer mobility and acculturation, service consumption and lifestyle consumer research.
Additional affiliations
September 2018 - present
IPAG Business School
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
September 2011 - September 2016
Stockholm University
Position
  • PhD Student

Publications

Publications (5)
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Consumption of financial services is central to understanding the economic lives of contemporary consumers. An abundance of empirical contributions on the ways in which people manage their economic capital and interact with their financial services providers has been spread across different fields. This paper contributes to the rich body of literat...
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university, Sweden Prior studies argue that global mobility destabilizes consumers' sense of home by uncoupling it from particular local settings. This paper extends existing research by showing how globally mobile consumers express their sense of home through financial consumption and develop a set of financial consumption practices as an answer t...
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In the interconnected world of today more and more people get on the move. We go abroad for vacations, visits or business trips and we change countries of residence as we pursue new opportunities. Cross-border mobility is becoming part of our life. In recent years consumer researchers have been showing an increasing interest in particularities of c...
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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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