ANTECEDENTS OF ATTITUDE TOWARD COUNTERFEIT WRIST WATCHES

Mazhar Ali, Kashif Farhat


DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.22555/pbr.v19i1.1263

Abstract


This study aims to identify factors shaping attitude toward
counterfeit products and their relative influence on attitude formation. This involves 200 potential and actual consumers of counterfeit products in an explanatory research. Antecedents of attitude toward counterfeit purchases extracted from literature review are Price-Quality Inference, Subjective Norms, Past Experience, Risk Aversion and Personal Gratification. Multiple regression and Independent Sample t-test are used to analyze the data. Results show a significant impact of past experience, risk aversion and personal gratification and insignificant impact of subjective norms and price-quality inference on attitude formation toward counterfeit wrist watches.It is recommended to use experiential marketing to convey delicate difference of experiencing original brands and enhance the perceived
risk of using copied products.

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