Yıl 2018, Cilt 17, Sayı 66, Sayfalar 688 - 703 2018-04-15

MEASURING VALUE ALONG THE SUPPLY CHAIN: A STUDY ON WHITE GOODS SECTOR
MEASURING VALUE ALONG THE SUPPLY CHAIN: A STUDY ON WHITE GOODS SECTOR

TEDARİK ZİNCİRİ İÇERİSİNDE DEĞER ÖLÇÜMÜ: BEYAZ EŞYA SEKTÖRÜ ÜZERİNE BİR ÇALIŞMA

Yasin Galip GENÇER [1]

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Perval scale was constructed in the literature as a measure of consumers’ perceived value for the retail industry. The study aims to generate a scale for measuring the perceived value of white goods customers in Turkey over the Perval scale, which is studied for several sectors in the literature. To understand the customer preferences of durable-goods consumers, we use the Perval scale that is highly studied in the literature as a basis for many sectors except white goods. Another goal of this study is to generate a survey to measure the perceived value of white goods’ customers, eventually to be named as WhitePerval. The outline of this survey generation process begins with examining the literature of Perceived Value, Consumption Values and Perval scale and continues with the adoptation process of Perval over white goods customers. Qualitative research design is used to clarify our research construct. For that purpose, content analysis and a survey design on the construct, validity and reliability analysis are also studied for WhitePerval. The adopted WhitePerval scale can be extended to cover perceived value measurement for all types of home appliance products and may also be an input for other models in other countries.

Perval scale was constructed in the literature as a measure of consumers’ perceived value for the retail industry. The study aims to generate a scale for measuring the perceived value of white goods customers in Turkey over the Perval scale, which is studied for several sectors in the literature. To understand the customer preferences of durable-goods consumers, we use the Perval scale that is highly studied in the literature as a basis for many sectors except white goods. Another goal of this study is to generate a survey to measure the perceived value of white goods’ customers, eventually to be named as WhitePerval. The outline of this survey generation process begins with examining the literature of Perceived Value, Consumption Values and Perval scale and continues with the adoptation process of Perval over white goods customers. Qualitative research design is used to clarify our research construct. For that purpose, content analysis and a survey design on the construct, validity and reliability analysis are also studied for WhitePerval. The adopted WhitePerval scale can be extended to cover perceived value measurement for all types of home appliance products and may also be an input for other models in other countries.

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Yayımlanma Tarihi Nisan 2018
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Orcid: 0000-0003-2133-351X
Yazar: Yasin Galip GENÇER
Kurum: yalova üniversitesi
Ülke: Turkey


Bibtex @araştırma makalesi { esosder349276, journal = {Elektronik Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi}, issn = {1304-0278}, address = {Özel Akademi}, year = {2018}, volume = {17}, pages = {688 - 703}, doi = {10.17755/esosder.349276}, title = {MEASURING VALUE ALONG THE SUPPLY CHAIN: A STUDY ON WHITE GOODS SECTOR}, key = {cite}, author = {GENÇER, Yasin Galip} }
APA GENÇER, Y . (2018). MEASURING VALUE ALONG THE SUPPLY CHAIN: A STUDY ON WHITE GOODS SECTOR. Elektronik Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi, 17 (66), 688-703. DOI: 10.17755/esosder.349276
MLA GENÇER, Y . "MEASURING VALUE ALONG THE SUPPLY CHAIN: A STUDY ON WHITE GOODS SECTOR". Elektronik Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi 17 (2018): 688-703 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/esosder/issue/34439/349276>
Chicago GENÇER, Y . "MEASURING VALUE ALONG THE SUPPLY CHAIN: A STUDY ON WHITE GOODS SECTOR". Elektronik Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi 17 (2018): 688-703
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