Working Papers

Why Do Consumers Pay More for National Brands than for Store Brands?

Raj Sethuraman and Catherine Cole

Jan 1, 1997

Investigates the relationship between perceived quality differential and the price premium consumers are willing to pay for national brands over store brands; identifies factors besides quality differential (e.g., purchase frequency, demographics) that influence the size of the price premium.

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