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The Psychological Economics of Conspicuous Consumption

  • Mason R
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Abstract

Those interested in the demand for status goods will find it difficult to identify a recognizable and significant body of literature on the phenomenon of conspicuous consumption. Indeed, the subject has been generally seen as a side issue well away from mainstream economic and social thought and having little or no relevance to present day preoccupations.

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Mason, R. S. (1988). The Psychological Economics of Conspicuous Consumption. In Psychological Economics (pp. 147–162). Springer Netherlands. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-011-7775-7_10

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