Associate Professor of Marketing, York University. Dr. Maute's research interests include consumer post-purchase responses, service failure, relationship marketing and health care reform.


Publications:
A Multivariate Analysis of the Structure, Content, and Origins of Sub-Cultural Values

This study examines the multivariate structure, content, and origins of the sub-cultural values of Canadian university students.

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Canadian Attitudes About Health Care, Reform and Willingness to Pay for Governance/Accountability, Accessibility and Quality Reforms

Using qualitative research methods, this study examines Canadian views about health care, the national health care system, and reforms suggested as solutions to current health care problems.

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Rural and Remote Health Care in Canada: Rural and Urban Perspectives

Rural and urban views about three health care reforms designed to overcome barriers to delivering accessible, high quality health care to 9 million rural and remote Canadians are investigated.

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Socio-political Struggles for Collaboration and Ascendancy: Contested Change in Rural Health Care Reform

This study examines rural views about Canadian health care and assesses socio-political struggles for collaboration and ascendancy to define reform priorities and acquire control over health care resources.

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