Sustainable Marketing: Pearson New International Edition

Series
Pearson
Author
Diane Martin / John Schouten  
Publisher
Pearson
Cover
Softcover
Edition
1
Language
English
Total pages
252
Pub.-date
November 2013
ISBN13
9781292040899
ISBN
1292040890
Related Titles


Product detail

Product Price CHF Available  
9781292040899
Sustainable Marketing: Pearson New International Edition
84.50 approx. 7-9 days

eBook

You'll find the eBook here.:

Free evaluation copy for lecturers


Description

For courses in Sustainable Marketing or as a supplement to marketing courses that include sustainability as a focus.

A lasting approach to marketing.

As the engine that drives the global economy, marketing leaves an enormous footprint on the environment and society. To help readers make a lasting impression in their marketing efforts, Martin/Schouten provides the concepts behind valuable—and lucrative—sustainable marketing strategies.  
 

Features

For courses in Sustainable Marketing or as a supplement to marketing courses that include sustainability as a focus.

A lasting approach to marketing.

As the engine that drives the global economy, marketing leaves an enormous footprint on the environment and society. To help readers make a lasting impression in their marketing efforts, Martin/Schouten provides the concepts behind valuable–and lucrative–sustainable marketing strategies. 

Taking a step in the right direction: The Natural Step Framework.
This text’s framework–The Natural Step–shows students how every marketing decision can be optimized with respect to profits, the natural environmental, and social wellbeing.

OTHER POINTS OF DISTINCTION


Applying the theory: Mini-Cases. Help students make the connections to contemporary marketing application and decision-making skills with the mini-cases that are included in every chapter of the text. Examples of these cases include:

  • Urban Growth Boundaries
  • IBM’s Real Estate and Site Operations (RESO) Group
  • Stonyfield Farms
  • Bon Appétit Management Company
  • Johnson & Johnson
Sparking discussion:
Critical Thinking Activities. These activities, featured in every chapter, help students think about and discuss the tough issues in sustainable marketing practices. Examples include:
  • Can an oil company become sustainable?
  • Calculate your own carbon footprint
  • Talkin' 'bout my generation
  • A balance sheet for human capital
  • Dell and the blogs
“Think About It” Questions. These though-provoking questions not only help students to think critically, but they also provide instructors with topics to discuss in class. Going beyond: Virtual Field Trips. The Virtual Field Trip feature in this text directs students on where to find more information about sustainability online. Some of the topics for Virtual Field Trips include:
  • Finding the CSR Statements of Well-known Firms Online
  • Patagonia’s Footprint Chronicles
  • Digging Deep in the Information Gold Mine
  • Examining Brand Sustainability
  • Starbucks Crowdsourcing


 

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: An Introduction to Sustainable Marketing
Chapter 2: Sustainable Marketing Strategy
Chapter 3: Ethical Dimensions of Sustainable Marketing
Chapter 4: The Marketing Environment and Processes
Chapter 5: Consumer Behavior and Sustainable Marketing
Chapter 6: Measurement and Research for Sustainable Marketing
Chapter 7:  Market Segmentation, Targeting, and Positioning for Sustainability
Chapter 8: Global Problems, Global Opportunities
Chapter 9: Sustainable Products and Services
Chapter 10: Sustainable Branding and Packing
Chapter 11: Marketing Channels: Sustainability in the Value Chain
Chapter 12: Sustainable Pricing
Chapter 13: Sustainable Marketing Communication
Chapter 14: Sustainability in the Promotion Mix—Methods, Media, and Customer Relationships
Chapter 15: Digital Media and Sustainable Marketing