2 edition of Inter-industry variations in advertising intensity and the nature of the product found in the catalog.
Inter-industry variations in advertising intensity and the nature of the product
by Department of Economics, University of Strathclyde in Glasgow
Written in English
|Statement||by Alan Hayes and J.K. Swales.|
|Series||Strathclyde discussion papers in economics -- 81/4|
|Contributions||Swales, J. K.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||25|
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The central question studied is whether household price sensitivity increases or decreases as the number of exposures to television advertising increases. As a means of answering this question, Salop's () model of brand differentiation is generalized to incorporate advertising as a managerial decision variable. Salop's generalized model is linked to a random utility choice model to. imts (iso internationally certified) business policy & strategic management. business policy & strategic management. for more details visit us on or call on +
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intensity, import intensity, efforts towards advertising and technology by the firms and their financial performance that significantly affect the extent of loss of consumers’ welfare in. Future inter-industry research should adopt a modest, descriptive orientation and aim to complement case studies by uncovering robust empirical regularities that can be used to evaluate and develop theoretical tools.
Much of the most persuasive recent work relies on nonstandard data sources, particularly panel data that can be used to deal with Cited by: One plausible explanation for the absence of substitutability between R&D and advertising for producer goods industries is that since product quality (and thus R&D) is more crucial when appealing to quality-sensitive corporate users in these industries, 54 advertising's contribution to industry profitability is as a signal of product quality or Cited by: This paper presents a review of the relevant empirical literature on advertising value relevance.
The current dominant accounting practice is to treat advertising as a current period expense. There has been growing evidence, however, to suggest that advertising should be viewed as an investment in long‐term brand equity.
Symeonidis argues that the reason for the difference in the impact of advertising and R&D is that while high-intensity and low-intensity advertising firms can co-exist within a single industry, competing against one another, it is much harder for low-R&D firms to compete against high-R&D firms, by offering a.
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Innovation and Development, 4(1), 91– CrossRef Google ScholarAuthor: Madan Dhanora, Ruchi Sharma. This study presents a simple model on the sources of inter-industry variation in profitability and tests its empirical implications in order to shed new light on the long-lasting debate over industry profitability.
The model identifies four key factors that jointly influence an industry's price–cost margin: (i) the intensity of strategic investment (e.g. R&D and advertising), (ii) the. This banner text can have markup.
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