Dr. Florian Liberatore (nee Drevs)
Dr. Florian Liberatore (nee Drevs)
ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences
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Guilt appeals and prosocial behavior: An experimental analysis of the effects of anticipatory versus reactive guilt appeals on the effectiveness of blood donor appeals
S Renner, J Lindenmeier, DK Tscheulin, F Drevs
Journal of Nonprofit & Public Sector Marketing 25 (3), 237-255, 2013
Do patient perceptions vary with ownership status? A study of nonprofit, for-profit, and public hospital patients
F Drevs, DK Tscheulin, J Lindenmeier
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 43 (1), 164-184, 2014
Satisfaction with informal volunteering during the COVID-19 crisis: An empirical study considering a Swiss online volunteering platform
S Trautwein, F Liberatore, J Lindenmeier, G von Schnurbein
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 49 (6), 1142-1151, 2020
Crowding-in or crowding out: An empirical analysis on the effect of subsidies on individual willingness-to-pay for public transportation
F Drevs, DK Tscheulin, J Lindenmeier, S Renner
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 59, 250-261, 2014
The effects of unethical conduct of pharmaceutical companies on consumer behavior: Empirical evidence from Germany
J Lindenmeier, DK Tscheulin, F Drevs
International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Marketing, 2012
Applying the concept of consumer confusion to healthcare: Development and validation of a patient confusion model
C Gebele, DK Tscheulin, J Lindenmeier, F Drevs, AK Seemann
Health Services Management Research 27 (1-2), 10-21, 2014
Who chooses, who uses, who rates
F Drevs, V Hinz
Health care management review 39 (3), 223-233, 2014
Wearable technology acceptance in health care based on national culture differences: cross-country analysis between Chinese and Swiss consumers
D Yang Meier, P Barthelmess, W Sun, F Liberatore
Journal of medical Internet research 22 (10), e18801, 2020
How patients choose hospitals: using the stereotypic content model to model trustworthiness, warmth and competence
F Drevs
Health services management research 26 (2-3), 95-101, 2013
Electronic word of mouth about medical services
V Hinz, F Drevs, J Wehner
HCHE Research Paper, 2012
Das Schweizer Spitalwesen: Eine Managementperspektive
A Angerer, E Hollenstein, F Liberatore
Ein Branchenreport des Winterthurer Instituts für Gesundheitsökonomie. Hrsg …, 2016
Resistance against corporate misconduct: an analysis of ethical ideologies’ direct and moderating effects on different forms of active rebellion
H Andersch, J Lindenmeier, F Liberatore, DK Tscheulin
Journal of Business Economics 88, 695-730, 2018
The challenge of the unknown–The effect of pay-what-you-want on the market success of publicly subsidized films
F Drevs
Zeitschrift für öffentliche und gemeinwirtschaftliche Unternehmen: ZögU …, 2013
Person–ownership status fit and employer attractiveness of hospitals: An empirical study among medical students in Germany
F Drevs, C Gebele, J Lindenmeier
International Journal of Healthcare Management 8 (2), 112-121, 2015
Are religiously affiliated hospitals more than just nonprofits? A study on stereotypical patient perceptions and preferences
AK Seemann, F Drevs, C Gebele, DK Tscheulin
Journal of religion and health 54, 1027-1039, 2015
Ownership status, symbolic traits, and housing association attractiveness: Evidence from the German residential market
AK Seemann, S Renner, F Drevs, M Dietrich
International Journal of Housing Policy 14 (4), 411-426, 2014
Management im Gesundheitswesen: Die Schweiz
A Angerer, F Liberatore
MWV, 2022
Public service motivation as driver of social support to apply for safety-critical organizations? An empirical study in the context of German military service
F Drevs, M Müller
Journal of Nonprofit & Public Sector Marketing 27 (2), 135-154, 2015
The effect of framing on the choice of co-payment policies, reducing moral hazard and post-choice-evaluation
F Drevs, DK Tscheulin
Journal of Business Economics 83, 213-233, 2013
The patient perspective of clinical training—An empirical study about patient motives to participate
F Drevs, C Gebele, DK Tscheulin
Health policy 118 (1), 74-83, 2014
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