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Tuan, Annamaria, Visentin, Marco and Di Domenico, Giandomenico 2023. Bridging who they are with who they thought they’d be: the effects of Gen Zers’ subjective well-being on their boycott responses to online and offline unethical situations. Journal of Interactive Marketing 58 (2-3) , pp. 248-267. 10.1177/10949968221136862

Mangió, Federico and Di Domenico, Giandomenico 2022. All that glitters is not real affiliation: How to handle affiliate marketing programs in the era of falsity. Business Horizons 65 (6) , pp. 765-776. 10.1016/j.bushor.2022.07.001
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Di Domenico, Giandomenico, Nunan, Daniel and Pitardi, Valentina 2022. EXPRESS: Marketplaces of misinformation: a study of how vaccine misinformation is legitimized on social media. Journal of Public Policy and Marketing 41 (4) , pp. 319-335. 10.1177/07439156221103860
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Di Domenico, Giandomenico, Premazzi, Katia and Cugini, Antonella 2022. "I will pay you more, as long as you are transparent!": An investigation of the pick-your-price participative pricing mechanism. Journal of Business Research 147 , pp. 403-419. 10.1016/j.jbusres.2022.04.037
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Visentin, Marco, Tuan, Annamaria and Di Domenico, Giandomenico 2021. Words matter: How privacy concerns and conspiracy theories spread on Twitter. Psychology and Marketing 38 (10) , pp. 1828-1846. 10.1002/mar.21542
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Di Domenico, Giandomenico, Nunan, Daniel, Sit, Jason and Pitardi, Valentina 2021. Free but fake speech: When giving primacy to the source decreases misinformation sharing on social media. Psychology and Marketing 38 (10) , pp. 1700-1711. 10.1002/mar.21479
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Di Domenico, Giandomenico, Sit, Jason, Ishizaka, Alessio and Nunan, Daniel 2021. Fake news, social media and marketing: A systematic review. Journal of Business Research 124 , pp. 329-341. 10.1016/j.jbusres.2020.11.037
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Di Domenico, Giandomenico and Visentin, Marco 2020. Fake news or true lies? Reflections about problematic contents in marketing. International Journal of Market Research 62 (4) , 409–417. 10.1177/1470785320934719
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