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Russell-Bennett, Rebekah, Mulcahy, Rory, McAndrew, Ryan, Swinton, Tim, Little, Jo-Anne, & Horrocks, Neil (2017) Challenging the myths of the low income earner with a digital mobile program: Reduce your juice. In World Social Marketing Conference, 15 - 17 May 2017, Washington D.C.
McAndrew, Ryan, Russell-Bennett, Rebekah, Mulcahy, Rory, & Gordon, Ross (2017) What works and what doesn’t? A systematic literature review of residential energy efficiency programs in developed countries. In Improving Residential Energy Efficiency Conference (IREE 2017), 16 - 17 February 2017, Wollongong, N.S.W. (Unpublished)
Russell-Bennett, Rebekah, Mulcahy, Rory, McAndrew, Ryan, Swinton, Tim, Little, Jo-Anne, & Foth, Marcus (2016) Can a digital approach change low-income energy saving behaviours? In International Social Marketing Conference (ISMC), Wollongong, NSW, 26-27 September 2016. (Unpublished)
McAndrew, Ryan, Rundle-Thiele, Sharyn, & Russell-Bennett, Rebekah (2013) Speaking their language: Examining risky drinking from the customers' point of view. In Brodie, R (Ed.) Proceedings of the 2013 Australia and New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference, 1 - 4 December, 2013, New Zealand.
McAndrew, Ryan, Russell-Bennett, Rebekah, & Rundle-Thiele, Sharyn (2011) Moving beyond the individual: Using group theories to conceptually examine risky drinking. In MacCarthy, M (Ed.) Marketing in the Age of Consumerism: Jekyll or Hyde? Proceedings of the 2011 Australian and New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference, 28 - 30 November, 2011, Australia.
McAndrew, Ryan, Russell-Bennett, Rebekah, & Rundle-Thiele, Sharyn (2010) Alcohol use within the sibship. In Ballantine, Paul & Finsterwalder, Jörg (Eds.) Proceedings of Australian and New Zealand Marketing Academy (ANZMAC) Conference 2010, Department of Management, College of Business and Economics, University of Canterbury, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand.
McAndrew, Ryan J.A. (2015) Friendship group motives for alcohol consumption: A midstream social marketing approach. PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology.