Pricing and Promotions
Pricing Power: Measures, Trends and Influences on Firm ValueMar 4, 2019 Yang Pan and Thomas S. Gruca, University of Iowa, and Lopo Rego, Indiana University, 2019, 19-112-03
Pricing power is highly prized by investors and managers, but almost totally ignored by marketing academics. This study examines two metrics over 40 years, and finds, paradoxically, that pricing power seems to be increasing and decreasing simultaneously.
The Impact of Coupons on the Search-to-Purchase Funnel: Theory and Empirical EvidenceFeb 1, 2019 Arun Gopalakrishnan and Young-Hoon Park, 2019, 19-106-01
Evidence on coupon effects in the entire search-to-purchase funnel changes the decision calculus for designing targeted promotions. The majority of sales lift is from indirect advertising effects - coupon redemption accounted for only 20% of purchases.
Feeling Poor and the Allure of the Extraordinary: The Case of SuperheroesNov 16, 2018 Stephanie Tully, University of Southern California
Financial well-being is fundamental to people's lives and key to their overall well-being. Stephanie Tully will present work that examines how “feeling poor” directs consumers' marketplace decisions.
Managing Brands in an Online World Using Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) PoliciesNov 16, 2018 Ayelet Israeli, Harvard University
Ayelet Israeli will demonstrate how minimum advertised price (MAP) policies enable manufacturers to effectively monitor and enforce their policies to protect their brands online.
The Benefits Across Devices of Mobile Search AdvertisingNov 16, 2018 Michelle Andrews, Emory University
Marketers are spending more money on mobile search advertising, but consumers make most of their digital purchases on larger devices. Can mobile reap cross-device benefits?
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