Références programmes de fidélité

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Références programmes de fidélité

  1. 1. Programme de Fidélité : une bibliographie actualiséeAvril 2011 V1.0 – C. BenaventComme en témoigne la liste bibliographique ci-dessus, qui ne prétend pas à lexhaustivité, lesrecherches sur les programme de fidélité sont à la fois anciennes et nombreuses. Mais en 2011 unflorilège de signatures célèbrent une décennie de diffusion des programmes de fidélité qui sontdésormais une des pièces de larchitecture du marketing-client.On sapercevra que ces études se sont pas particulièrement enthousiastes quand à leur efficacité, entout cas bien moins que le discours des consultants, prestataires et lensemble des professionnels.Certains vont à en remettre en question lintérêt dès 1997. Une lecture critique, donc.Elles donnent aussi des indications précieuses sur leur déterminants soit par une analyseéconomique fine davantages différés ou incertains ou au travers des théories de la motivation ou delapprentissage. De nombreux articles ont une finalité méthodologique donnant une belle part aumodèles de survie et autres modèles de valeur. On peut y puiser des méthodes pour évaluer lesprogrammes en actions.La liste bibliographique qui suit est ordonnée par année de publication et ordre alphabétique. Elledessine ainsi 15 années de recherche et de publications – le nombre total doit être de lordre de 300publications. Cest un domaine qui vient à maturité, mais qui sans doute va se renouveler avec lenouveau paysage technologique : celui du mobile. Il reste encore ouvert.1997 → 3 1. Palmer A., McMahon-Beattie U. et Beggs R (1997). Loyalty Programmes: Congruence of Market Structure and Success, Academy of Marketing: Proceedings of Annual Conference, Marketing Without Borders, Vol. 1. 711-721. 2. Dowling G.R. et Uncles M. (1997), Do Customer Loyalty Programs Really Work ? , Sloan Management Review, Summer . 71-82. 3. Sharp B. et Sharp A. (1997) , Loyalty Programs and their Impact on Repeat-Purchase Loyalty Patterns , International Journal of Research in Marketing , 14. 473-86.1999 → 1 4. Benavent C. et Crié D. (1999), Mesurer lefficacité des cartes de fidélité, Décisions Marketing, Jan-Avril. 34-44.2000 → 2 5. Benavent C. et Crié D. (2000), Analyse de l’efficacité des cartes de fidélité – une étude de cas, Etudes et Recherches en Distribution, Volle (Ed.), Chap. 7. 6. Bolton R., Kannan P. et Bramlett M. (2000), Implications of Loyalty Program Membership and Service Experiences for Customer Retention and Value, Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 28, 1, Winter. 95-108.2002 → 3 7. Roehm M., Bolman Pullins E. et Roehm H.A Jr. (2002) Designing Loyalty-Building Programs for Packaged Goods Brands, Journal of Marketing Research, 39, 2. 202-14 8. Kivetz, R., & Simonson, I. (2002). Earning the right to indulge: effort as a determinant of customer preferences toward frequency program rewards. JMR, Journal of Marketing Research
  2. 2. 9. Meyer-Waarden L. (2002), Les sources d’efficacité des programmes de fidélisation : une investigation empirique sur un panel « single source », Thèse de doctorat en Sciences de Gestion, IAE de Pau et Institut für Entscheidungstheorie und Unternehmensforschung Université Karlsruhe.2003 → 8 10. Arthur W. Allaway, David Berkowitz, Giles D’Souza (2003) Spatial diffusion of a new loyalty program through a retail market, Journal of Retailing 79 (2003) 137–151 11. Harris J. (2003), An Investigation of Brand Choice in Repeat Purchase Markets: The Case of Business Airline Travel, PHD University of New South Wales, Sydney. 12. Kivetz (2003), the effort of effort and Intrinsic motivation on risky choice, Marketing Sciences, Fall 13. Kopalle, P. K., & Neslin, S. (2003). The economic viability of frequency reward programs in a strategic competitive environment. Review of Marketing Science, 1(1), 1–39. 14. Leenheer, J., Bijmolt, T., van Heerde, H., et Smidts, A. (2003), Do loyalty programs enhance behavioral loyalty ? A market-wide analysis accounting for endogeneity, cahier de recherche, Tilburg University. 15. Mägi (2003),Share of wallet in retailing: the effects of customer satisfaction, loyalty cards and shopper characteristics Journal of Retailing, 79, 97–106. 16. Uncles, M., Dowling, G., & Hammond, K. (2003). Customer loyalty and customer loyalty programs. Journal of Consumer Marketing, 20(4), 294–316. 17. Yi, Y. et Jeon H. (2003), The effects of loyalty programs on value perception, program loyalty, and brand loyalty, Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 31, 3, 229-40.2004 → 6 18. Humby, C., Hunt, T., & Phillips, T. (2004). Scoring points: How Tesco is winning customer loyalty. London: Kogan Page. 19. Kim, Shi, Srinivasan (2004) Managing Capacity Through Reward Programs, Vol. 50, No. 4, April 2004, pp. 503–520 20. Kumar, V., & Shah, D. (2004). Building and sustaining profitable customer loyalty for the 21st century. Journal of Retailing, 80(4), 317–330. 21. Mägi, A. W. (2003). Share of wallet in retailing: the effects of customer satisfaction, loyalty cards and shopper characteristics. Journal of Retailing, 109(2), 1–11. 22. Meyer-Waarden L. et Benavent C. (2004) Programmes de Fidélisation – Stratégies et Pratiques, Revue Française du Marketing, 197, Mai. 95-115. 23. Lewis, M. (2004). The influence of loyalty programs and short-term promotions on customer retention. JMR, Journal of Marketing Research, 43(3), 281–292.2005 → 4 24. Richard Klophaus (2005) Frequent flyer programs for European low-cost airlines: Prospects, risks and implementation guidelines, Journal of Air Transport Management 11 (2005) 348– 353 25. Reinartz, W. (2005). “Understanding customer loyalty programs.”. In M. Krafft, & M. K. Mantrala (Eds.), Retailing in the 21st Century (pp. 361–379). Heidelberg: Springer. 26. Steven M. Shugan (2005) Brand Loyalty Programs: Are They Shams? Vol. 24, No. 2, Spring 2005, pp. 185–193 27. Taylor, G. A., & Neslin, S. A. (2005). The current and future sales impact of a retail
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  4. 4. purchase behaviour. European Journal of Marketing, 42(1/2), 87-114. 46. Singh, S. S., Jain, D. C., & Krishnan, T. V. (2008). Customer Loyalty Programs: Are They Profitable?. Management Science, 54(6), 1205-1211.2009 → 8 47. Demoulin, N. M., & Zidda, P. (2009). Drivers of Customers’ Adoption and Adoption Timing of a New Loyalty Card in the Grocery Retail Market. Journal of Retailing, 85(3), 391-405. 48. Drèze, X., & Nunes, J. C. (2009). Feeling Superior: The Impact of Loyalty Program Structure on Consumers Perceptions of Status. Journal of Consumer Research, 35(6), 890- 905. 49. Furinto, A., Pawitra, T., & Balqiah, T. E. (2009). Designing competitive loyalty programs: How types of program affect customer equity. Journal of Targeting, Measurement & Analysis for Marketing, 17(4), 307-319. 50. Kim, D., Lee, S., Bu, K., & Lee, S. (2009). Do VIP programs always work well? The moderating role of loyalty. Psychology & Marketing, 26(7), 590-609. 51. Yuping Liu & Rong Yang (2009), Competing Loyalty Programs: Impact of Market Saturation, Market Share, and Category Expandability, Journal of Marketing, Vol. 73 (January 2009), 93–108 52. Meyer-Waarden, L., & Benavent, C. (2009). Grocery retail loyalty program effects: self- selection or purchase behavior change?. Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 37(3), 345-358. 53. Andrew Smith a,⁎, Leigh Sparks (2009) “Its nice to get a wee treat if youve had a bad week”: Consumer motivations in retail loyalty scheme points redemption, Journal of Business Research 62 (2009) 542–547 54. Wagner, T., Hennig-Thurau, T., & Rudolph, T. (2009). Does Customer Demotion Jeopardize Loyalty?. Journal of Marketing, 73(3), 69-85.2010 → 5 55. Liu, M., & Brock, J. L. (2010). Antecedents of Redemption of Reward Points: Credit Card Market in China and International Comparison. Journal of International Consumer Marketing, 22(1), 33-45. doi:10.1080/08961530902844923 56. Mimouni-Chaabane, A., & Volle, P. (2010). Perceived benefits of loyalty programs: Scale development and implications for relational strategies. Journal of Business Research, 63(1), 32-37. doi:10.1016/j.jbusres.2009.01.008 57. Omar, N., Wel, C., Musa, R., & Nazri, M. (2010). Program Benefits, Satisfaction and Loyalty in Retail Loyalty Program: Exploring the Roles of Program Trust and Program Commitment. IUP Journal of Marketing Management, 9(4), 6-28. 58. Daryanto, A., Ruyter, K., Wetzels, M., & Patterson, P. (2010). Service firms and customer loyalty programs: a regulatory fit perspective of reward preferences in a health club setting. Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 38(5), 604-616. 59. Hansen, J. D., Deitz, G. D., & Morgan, R. M. (2010). Taxonomy of service-based loyalty program members. Journal of Services Marketing, 24(4), 271-282.2011 → 6 60. Bagchi, R., & Li, X. (2011). Illusionary Progress in Loyalty Programs: Magnitudes, Reward Distances, and Step-Size Ambiguity. Journal of Consumer Research, 37(5), 888-901. 61. Drèze, X., & Nunes, J. (2011). Recurring Goals and Learning: The Impact of Successful Reward Attainment on Purchase Behavior. Journal of Marketing Research (JMR), 48(2),
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