Examining Purchase Shares of Private Label-Brands and Consumer Demographics: A study in the United States and Turkey
This study examines the level of consumer acceptance of private labels, the relationships between consumer demographic characteristics and different levels of private label purchases, and the association between different purchase levels and consumer perceptions towards private-label brands in different cultures, specifically those of the United States and Turkey. The results of this study provide new perspectives about consumer purchase behaviors of private-label brands from different cultural points of view. While the private-label phenomena can be found across a wide variety of product categories and types of retail establishments, this study focuses on grocery and household goods.
Pinar, Musa; Girard, Tulay; Ipek, Ilayda; Bıçakcıoğlu, Nilay; and Trapp, Paul, "Examining Purchase Shares of Private Label-Brands and Consumer Demographics: A study in the United States and Turkey" (2017). Business Faculty Presentations. 8.