Raffaele Filieri
Raffaele Filieri
Professor of Digital Marketing, Audencia, Audencia Business School, Department of Marketing, France
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eWOM and accommodation: An analysis of the factors that influence travelers’ adoption of information from online reviews
R Filieri, F McLeay
Journal of Travel Research 53 (1), 44-57, 2014
Why do travelers trust TripAdvisor? Antecedents of trust towards consumer-generated media and its influence on recommendation adoption and word of mouth
R Filieri, S Alguezaui, F McLeay
Tourism Management 51, 174-185, 2015
Setting the future of digital and social media marketing research: Perspectives and research propositions
YK Dwivedi, E Ismagilova, DL Hughes, J Carlson, R Filieri, J Jacobson, ...
International Journal of Information Management 59, 102168, 2021
What makes online reviews helpful? A diagnosticity-adoption framework to explain informational and normative influences in eWOM
R Filieri
Journal of Business Research 68 (6), 1261-1270, 2015
What makes an online consumer review trustworthy?
R Filieri
Annals of Tourism Research 58, 46-64, 2016
Resident-tourist value co-creation: The role of residents' perceived tourism impacts and life satisfaction
Z Lin, Y Chen, R Filieri
Tourism Management 61, 436-442, 2017
Consumer perceptions of information helpfulness and determinants of purchase intention in online consumer reviews of services
R Filieri, F McLeay, B Tsui, Z Lin
Information & Management 55 (8), 956-970, 2018
Investigating the role of social capital in innovation: sparse versus dense network
S Alguezaui, R Filieri
Journal of Knowledge Management, 2010
What makes information in online consumer reviews diagnostic over time? The role of review relevancy, factuality, currency, source credibility and ranking score
R Filieri, CF Hofacker, S Alguezaui
Computers in Human Behavior 80, 122-131, 2018
Unpacking the relationship between social media marketing and brand equity: The mediating role of consumers’ benefits and experience
L Zollo, R Filieri, R Rialti, Y Sukki
Journal of Business Research 117 (September 2020), 256-267, 2020
An assessment of service quality and resulting customer satisfaction in Pakistan International Airlines: Findings from foreigners and overseas Pakistani customers
F Ali, BL Dey, R Filieri
International Journal of Quality & Reliability Management, 2015
Consumer co‐creation and new product development: a case study in the food industry
R Filieri
Marketing Intelligence & Planning, 2013
Customers’ motivation to engage with luxury brands on social media
S Bazi, R Filieri, M Gorton
Journal of Business Research 112 (May 2020), 223-235, 2020
The role of aesthetic, cultural, utilitarian and branding factors in young Chinese consumers' repurchase intention of smartphone brands
R Filieri, Z Lin
Computers in Human Behavior 67, 139-150, 2017
Structural social capital evolution and knowledge transfer: Evidence from an Irish pharmaceutical network
R Filieri, RC McNally, M O'Dwyer, L O'Malley
Industrial Marketing Management 43 (3), 429-440, 2014
Structural social capital and innovation. Is knowledge transfer the missing link?
R Filieri, S Alguezaui
Journal of Knowledge Management, 2014
Airline passengers’ continuance intention towards online check-in services: The role of personal innovativeness and subjective knowledge
Z Lin, R Filieri
Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review 81, 158-168, 2015
When are extreme ratings more helpful? Empirical evidence on the moderating effects of review characteristics and product type
R Filieri, E Raguseo, C Vitari
Computers in Human Behavior 88, 134-142, 2018
What Makes Hosts Trust Airbnb? Antecedents of Hosts’ Trust toward Airbnb and Its Impact on Continuance Intention
Y Wang, Y Asaad, R Filieri
Journal of Travel Research 59 (4), 686–703, 2019
What moderates the influence of extremely negative ratings? The role of review and reviewer characteristics
R Filieri, E Raguseo, C Vitari
International Journal of Hospitality Management 77, 333-341, 2019
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