This special issue continues the critical engagement with the popular discourses of Prahalad's value co-creation paradigm and Vargo and Lusch's service-dominant logic of marketing. The intensity of the debate among marketing scholars over these two marketing and management concepts demonstrates how much is at stake-conceptually and politically-when the roles of consumer and producer become blurred. Economic concepts of value, ownership, consumption, and production need to be redefined, and political ideas of the relationship between the social and the economic require addressing in the age of cognitive, or as we call it, collaborative capitalism. In addition to these broad theoretical challenges, the contributions in this issue zoom in on what arguably constitutes the central question for our specific field: What are the implications of a collaborative capitalism for understanding the place of marketing techniques in value creation? As with all good scholarship, the essays in this issue do not provide definitive answers but instead lead to a more elaborate set of questions. By doing so, they broaden the critical engagement with value co-creation in marketing.
|Autori interni:||DALLI, DANIELE|
|Autori:||COVA B; DALLI D; ZWICK D|
|Titolo:||Critical Perspectives on Consumers' Role as “Producers”: Broadening the Debate on Value Co-Creation in Marketing Processes|
|Anno del prodotto:||2011|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI):||10.1177/147059311140817|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|