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Incorporating An Affective Component To A Cognitive Model Of Brand Switching Barriers
Customer retention is an important goal of business. It has been shown in a general model of brand switching that consumers utilize internal assessments of satisfaction and brand switching barriers to reach brand selection ...
Viewing New Product Development Through The Real Options Lens: An Empirical Investigation Of The Market Reaction And The Role Of Contextual Factors
New product development is an important strategic decision for marketing managers. This study examined new product development related decisions by employing a real options framework. Specifically, new product development ...
Part-list Cuing Effects In Advertising: When Exposure To Some Advertisements Impairs Recall Of Same-valenced Ads
This study represents the first empirical examination of the inhibitory effect of part-list cuing in emotional print advertisements. It was hypothesized that exposure to a subset of print advertisements as cues impairs ...
The Value Of Customer Co-production In Developing New Products
The concept of customer co-production has been mentioned in the marketing literature on several occasions. The lack of a clear definition and the poor operationalization in previous literature stimulated the interest to ...