Sustainable Marketing: A Marketing Revolution or A Research Fad

Authors

  • Wael Kortam
  • Abeer A. Mahrous

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14738/abr.81.7747

Abstract

This paper aims to demonstrate that while marketing and sustainability might seem to be as different as "A Polar Bear and A Bengal Tiger", there is growing evidence that the two disciplines have something to offer each other and the universe. With a view toward gaining this synergy, this research proposes that a lasting sustainability marketing as an academic discipline and managerial practice must aim deliberately and thoroughly to reassure itself as an outstanding potential for a marketing revolution and distance itself away from the danger of ending up as a quick-shot research fad. Conclusively, a sustainability marketing revolution can be sparkled and kept alive and a sustainability marketing research fad can be avoided and reversed through a number of highly recommended visible venues of marketing research and managerial pursuits.

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Published

2020-01-28

How to Cite

Kortam, W. ., & Mahrous, A. A. . (2020). Sustainable Marketing: A Marketing Revolution or A Research Fad. Archives of Business Research, 8(1), 172–181. https://doi.org/10.14738/abr.81.7747