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Apr 2023Grocery chains boost profits by charging different prices for the same stuffCBC News
Dec 2022'Thriftmas': Vancouverites shop at thrift stores for Christmas presentsCityNews Vancouver
Dec 2022Tips for a sustainable ChristmasMornings with Simi, CKNW-AM
Jan 2022Payer 25 cents pour son gobelet à usage unique devient une réalité à VancouverRadio-Canada
Dec 2021New climate research unit wants to give Canadians an attitude adjustment
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Canada's National Observer
Sep 2021Academic: SHIFT consumers to be more sustainable by David HardistyAGILE Sustainability
May 2021Canada’s housing market is hurting your brain, but you don’t have to lose your head over itThe Globe and Mail
Jan 2021BlackBerry stock surged on social media boostInspired Traveler
Oct 2020This One Word May Make You Spend More MoneyBestLife
Oct 2020 How to Be a Sustainable MarketerNetwork for Business Sustainability
July 2020 The Science Behind Why We Put Off Our Workouts—and How to StopYahoo Lifestyle
June 2020 COVID Exclusive: Was the NDP too late, too lax on pandemic price gouging?theBreaker.news
June 2020 More than 2,000 price-gouging complaints received in B.C.CTV News
June 2020 The Science Behind Why We Procrastinate—and How to Stop the CycleRunner's World
June 2020 Dread can be a powerful motivational tool Big Think
May 2020 Why B.C. will have trouble putting the genie back in the beer bottle.Business in Vancouver
Mar 2020 Why are people stockpiling toilet paper?CTV News
Mar 2020 No toilet paper, no problem: Maybe it's time to try the bidetCBC News
Nov 2019 Consumers more likely to pay carbon fee for air travel when labeled as an ‘offset’The Ubyssey
Nov 2019 Can an aviation tax help combat climate change? 9 European countries want to tryLonely Planet Travel News
Nov 2019 Solving the Premium Pricing Puzzle (pg 18)Direct Marketing Magazine
Oct 2019 Travellers willing to pay more to offset carbon, study says The National
Oct 2019Air travelers are open to a carbon tax, but it comes down to wordingEarth Day Network
Oct 2019Flyers will pay more for carbon offsets but not tax, study findsDaily Mail
Oct 2019Air Travellers Won't Mind Paying Rs 1,000 Carbon Fee If Asked WiselyNews18
Oct 2019Air travellers won't mind Rs 1,000 as carbon fee if told wiselyOutlook India
Oct 2019UBC and EDF study finds who environmental aviation taxes are aimed at matters to consumers CAPA
Oct 2019UBC study on palatable carbon pricing for air travellers Wings Magazine
Oct 2019Flyers will pay more for carbon offsets but not tax, study findsSight Magazine
Oct 2019How To Make Carbon Pricing Palatable To Air TravelersEurasia Review
Oct 2019Flyers will pay more for carbon offsets but not tax, study findsReuters
Oct 2019How to make carbon pricing palatable to air travelersScience Daily
Oct 2019How to make carbon pricing palatable to air travellers EurekAlert!
Oct 2019UBC study on how to price goods serves up lessons for retail, hospitality Pique
Oct 2019UBC study on how to price goods serves up lessons for retail, hospitalityBusiness In Vancouver
Sep 2019Shoppers more likely to pay for upgrades when extra cost is an 'add-on'Science Daily
Sep 2019Study finds shoppers more likely to shell out for premium option when extra cost is 'add-on'Yahoo! News
Sep 2019Consumers more likely to pay for an upgrade when the extra cost is expressed as an 'add-on'Market Business News
Sep 2019Study finds shoppers more likely to shell out for premium option when extra cost is 'add-on'.The Asian Age
Sep 2019The Price Is Right: Shoppers More Likely To Pay More When Extra Cost Is An 'Add On'Study Finds
Aug 2019New investors often fail to diversify their stocks, which could lead to disasterConsumer Affairs
Aug 2019Why amateur investors are better off picking stocks at randomYahoo! Finance
Aug 2019Amateur investors fail to diversify and are better off choosing stocks at randomPhys.Org
Aug 2019New To Investing? You May Be Better Off Picking Stocks At Random, Study FindsStudy Finds
Aug 2019The No. 1 mistake rookie investors make -- and how to avoid itMarketWatch
Aug 2019Amateur investors fail to diversify and are better off choosing stocks at random EurekaAlert!
Aug 2019Cinq facons de devenir un consommateur responsableThe Conversation
Aug 20195 ways to shift consumers towards sustainable behaviourThe Conversation
July 2019Saje reaps benefits from rise in natural products demandBusiness in Vancouver
July 2019From Tima's Desk: Is the Experience Economy the Answer?Network for Business Sustainability
July 2019The Elusive Green ConsumerHarvard Business Review
Dec 2018'Tis the season to be green?Squamish Chief
Oct 2017Airbnb-style car-sharing platform to hit RichmondRichmond News
Sep 2017Corporations as Activists?The Squamish Chief
Aug 2017Whole Foods cutting some prices after Amazon takeover CBC News
Jun 2017Why Some People Choose Failure Over Uncertainty Rewire
Jun 2017 Why Uncertainty Makes Us Less Likely to Take RisksInsights by Stanford Business
Jan 2016 Canadian authorities, consumers aim to put squeeze on 'drip pricing'The Province
Aug 2015 Uber reduced drinking and driving deaths in California, study suggestsThe Globe and Mail
July 2015Are corporations at pride parades simply self-serving?Sauder News & Community
July 2015Douglas Todd: Has Pride lost its activist roots?The Vancouver Sun
July 2015On the Coast (July 31 episode, starts at 8:10)CBC Radio
July 2015Corporations line up to sponsor Vancouver Pride festivitiesMetro News Vancouver
Spring 2015Local Research Does Good (pg 22)Viewpoints
May 2015National E-CommerceGlobal TV
March 2015Can you really say no to GMO?CTV News Vancouver
Feb 2015Poll: Interest rate the top reason for credit card breakupsCreditCards.com - Canada
Dec 2014Why Canadians are slow to adopt mobile paymentsCreditCards.com - Canada
Oct 2014Online shopping soars but so do debt risksCreditCards.com - Canada
Apr 2014Marketing Faculty Job Search: Navigating and Mastering the Interview ProcessAmerican Marketing Association
Feb 2014Cashless in Canada: Managing invisible moneyCreditCards.com - Canada
Jan 2014Lecture in the World's Smallest Classroom (Full Version) | Sauder Elevates Business Education
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May 2010As the world spinsPsychology Today
May 2010Party linesAudubon Magazine
Aug 2009How psychology can help the planet stay coolNew Scientist
Aug 2009Immediate green gratificationDemo Dirt
Jul 2009[Radio interview on Cafe y Noticias]Radio Nacional de Colombia
Jul 2009Cold, hard grassConservation Magazine
Apr 2009Why isn't the brain green?The New York Times Magazine
Jan 2008Why are you here?gradPSYCH
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