This commentary starts by recognizing, in the lead article of this issue, the importance of studying empirically the relationships between marketplace activities and consumers' perceived subjective well-being in Brazil. The commentary then presents a number of ways in which future research studies of this type can be strengthened, in terms of geographical coverage, methods employed and analytical-interpretive tools used. The commentary also offers literature links to a variety of consumption modes, from minimalist to hedonic; pointing out that subjective well-being is influenced by these styles/modes of consumption.
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Gammarano, Igor de Jesus Lobato Pompeu
"Consumers’ Subjective Well-being in Brazil: Suggested Extensions for Researching a Market with Continental Dimensions,"
Markets, Globalization & Development Review:
4, Article 4.