Working Papers

Perceiving Competitive Reactions: The Value of Accuracy (and Paranoia)

Bruce H. Clark and David B. Montgomery

Jan 1, 1996

Examines the effect of accurate perceptions of competitors’ reactions on firm performance; evaluates the effect of “paranoia” (simply perceiving, whether accurately or not, many competitive reactions) on firm performance.

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