Switching intention towards the purchase of remanufactured cellphones: development of a scale in the Mexican context
Perez Castillo, David
Ornelas Sanchez, Sidney
Vera Martínez, Jorge Luis Graciano
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The adoption of a circular economy requires the change of some systemic characteristics. One specific change is the regular purchase of remanufactured products. Therefore, the aim of this study is to offer a framework that could help in future studies to determine the purchase intention rate of remanufactured products in the Mexican context. After a pilot test starting with 80 items, three purification stages were performed to obtain a 20-item scale measuring value, government incentives, environmental benefits, attitude, and purchase intention.
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