Working Papers

The Impact of Business Objectives and the Time Horizon of Performance Evaluation on Pricing Behavior

Sev K. Keil, David Reibstein, and Dick R. Wittink

Jan 1, 2001

Examines how the nature of business objectives (market share versus profit maximization) and the frequency of performance evaluation (quarterly versus yearly) will affect managers’ pricing decisions.

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