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209 Susan Fournier, Boston University, USA Frédéric Brunel, Boston University, USA Share the Brand: Communally-embedded Consumer Generated Content Hope Jensen Schau, University of Arizona Albert M. , DePaul University Consuming the Consumer-Generated Ad Frédéric Brunel, Boston University Susan Fournier, Boston University Ben Lawrence, Boston University Courtney Guzman, Boston University Eliza Papavasileiou, Boston University Managing The Creative Consumer Conundrum Pierre Berthon, Bentley College Leyland Pitt, Simon Fraser University SYMPOSIA SUMMARY Politics and Consumption ...............................................................................................................................................

801 Valeria Noguti, University of Technology Sydney, Australia Jack B. Soll, Duke University, USA “Size Counts”: The Effect of Queue Length on Choice between Similar Restaurants ....................................................................... 803 Ornit Raz, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA Eyal Ert, Israel Institute of Technology, Israel The Impact of Size of Self-Generated Consideration Set on Post-Choice Regret ...............................................................................

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