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Vargo, Stephen L. (2011), Market Systems, Stakeholders and Value Propositions: Toward a Service-Dominant Logic-Based Theory of the Market, European Journal of Marketing , 45 (1/2), 217 22. Veblen, Thorstein ([1899] 2007), The Theory of the Leisure Class . Cambridge, MA: Oxford University Press. Washington, Marvin, and Edward J. Zajac (2005), Status Evolution and Competition: Theory and Evidence, Academy of Man- agement Journal , 48 (2), 282 96. Weiner, Annette B. (1992), Inalienable Possessions: The Paradox of Keeping-While-Giving . Berkeley: University of California Press. West, Patricia M., Christina L. Brown, and Stephen J. Hoch (1996), Consumption Vocabulary and Preference Formation, Journal of Consumer Research , 23 (2), 120 35. Wildavsky, Aaron (1987), Choosing Preferences by Constructing Institutions: A Cultural Theory of Preference Formation, American Political Science Review , 81 (1), 3 21. Wine Institute (2015), 2014 California Wine Sales Grow 4.4% by Volume and 6.7% by Value in the U.S., (May 19), . wineinstitute.org/resources/pressroom/05192015. Status Games / 159
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