“Marketing and Consumer Well-Being”. This may be considered a contradictio in terminis. However, in my inaugural speech (see below), I argue that “Marketing and Consumer Well-Being” is in fact a tautology, or at least, that is what it should be. Despite the relative negative image of marketing, I propose that marketing may be in a great position to help improve consumer well-being by specifically focusing on the flawed assumptions of freedom of choice and consumers’ capability to make informed choices. Specifically, I propose that firms that improve consumers’ freedom of choice and choice-making capabilities in the market place can financially benefit by improving the well-being of existing consumers as well as attracting new consumers interested in improving their own well-being—a win-win.  


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