Consumption Markets & Culture (CMC) focuses on consumerism and the markets as the site of social behaviour and discourse. It encourages discussion of the role of management and organisations in society, especially in terms of production, consumption, colonialism, globalisation, business performance and labour conditions.
The International Commerce Review keeps readers up-to-date with the latest research and newest thinking in consumer goods in an easy-to-read, straightforward way. This unique journal bridges the gap between consumer goods industry practitioners (both retailers and manufacturers) and academics, to the mutual benefit of both sides.
Journal of Consumer Culture is a fully peer reviewed journal which promotes multidisciplinary research focused on consumption and consumer culture. Publishing three times a year, it adopts a global perspective critically drawing on both theory and empirical research within history, anthropology, media studies, sociology, marketing, geography, and beyond.
Every quarter, our Global Industry Forecasts provide historical, current and forecast data and analysis for the world’s key industrial and emerging markets. Unlike other industry services, we use an integrated global economic and sectoral model to ensure that our industry forecasts are both accurate and consistent with world economic conditions, and we also provide forecasts by sector under alternate risk scenarios.
The Shopper Report is a monthly Consumer Network report on American shopper perceptions, trends, frustrations, and unmet needs. It is based on primary research with a national shopper panel established and conducted by The Consumer Network. Most of the material published in The Shopper Report is based on direct feedback from shoppers responding to monthly Consumer Network Satisfaction Polls.