Pradeep Kautish
Pradeep Kautish
Other namesPradeep Kautish PhD, Prof. Pradeep Kautish, Prof. (Dr.) Pradeep Kautish
Professor of Marketing | Institute of Management | Nirma University | India |
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The moderating influence of environmental consciousness and recycling intentions on green purchase behavior
P Kautish, J Paul, R Sharma
Journal of Cleaner Production 228, 1425-1436, 2019
Does renewable energy consumption reduce ecological footprint? Evidence from eight developing countries of Asia
R Sharma, A Sinha, P Kautish
Journal of Cleaner Production 285 (C), 124867, 2021
Determinants of pro-environmental behavior and environmentally conscious consumer behavior: An empirical investigation from emerging market
P Kautish, R Sharma
Business Strategy and Development 3 (1), 112-127, 2020
Value orientation, green attitude and green behavioral intentions: an empirical investigation among young consumers
P Kautish, R Sharma
Young Consumers 20 (4), 338-358, 2019
Consumer values, fashion consciousness and behavioural intentions in the online fashion retail sector
P Kautish, R Sharma
International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management 46 (10), 894-914, 2018
Study on relationships among terminal and instrumental values, environmental consciousness and behavioral intentions for green products
P Kautish, R Sharma
Journal of Indian Business Research 13 (1), 1-29, 2021
Influence of values, brand consciousness and behavioral intentions in predicting luxury fashion consumption
P Kautish, A Khare, R Sharma
Journal of Product & Brand Management 30 (4), 513-531, 2021
Understanding choice behavior towards plastic consumption: An emerging market investigation
P Kautish, R Sharma, SK Mangla, F Jabeen, U Awan
Resources, Conservation & Recycling 174 (C), 105828, 2021
Does energy consumption reinforce environmental pollution? Evidence from emerging Asian economies
R Sharma, A Shahbaz, P Kautish, XV Vo
Journal of Environmental Management 297 (C), 113272, 2021
Analyzing the impact of export diversification and technological innovation on renewable energy consumption: evidences from BRICS nations
R Sharma, A Shahbaz, P Kautish, XV Vo
Renewable Energy 178 (C), 1034-1045, 2021
Environmentally concerned consumer behavior: evidence from consumers in Rajasthan
P Kautish, G Dash
Journal of Modelling in Management 12 (4), 712-738, 2017
Examining the impacts of economic and demographic aspects on the ecological footprint in South and Southeast Asian countries
R Sharma, A Sinha, P Kautish
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 27 (29), 36970-36982, 2020
Values, sustainability consciousness and intentions for SDG endorsement
P Kautish, A Khare, R Sharma
Marketing Intelligence & Planning 38 (7), 921-939, 2020
Managing online product assortment and order fulfillment for superior e-tailing service experience: An empirical investigation
P Kautish, R Sharma
Asia Pacific Journal of Marketing and Logistics 31 (4), 1161-1192, 2019
Unveiling the asymmetric impact of exports, oil prices, technological innovations, and income inequality on carbon emissions in India
Z Jiao, R Sharma, P Kautish, HI Hussain
Resources Policy 74 (C), 102408, 2021
Principles of Management
RB Rudani
McGraw-Hill Education, 2020
Examining the nexus between export diversification and environmental pollution: evidence from BRICS nations
R Sharma, A Sinha, P Kautish
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 28 (43), 61732-61747, 2021
Examining the role of consumer motivations to use voice assistants for fashion shopping: The mediating role of awe experience and eWOM  
P Kautish, S Purohit, R Filieri, YK Dwivedi
Technological Forecasting & Social Change 190 (C), 122407, 2023
Cosmopolitanism, self-identity, online communities, and green apparel perception
A Khare, P Kautish
Marketing Intelligence & Planning 39 (1), 91-108, 2021
Investigating the moderating role of AI-enabled services on flow and awe experience
P Kautish, A Khare
International Journal of Information Management 66 (C), 102519, 2022
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