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interaction of manufacturer and retailer expenditure on image

Lisa Finneran

interaction of manufacturer and retailer expenditure on image

by Lisa Finneran

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Published by Maynooth College, Department of Economics in Maynooth, Co Kildare .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Retail trade -- Mathematical models.,
  • Advertising -- Mathematical models.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementby Lisa Finneran.
    SeriesWorking papers series (Maynooth College. Department of Economics) -- N63/04/96
    ContributionsSt. Patrick"s College (Maynooth, Ireland). Department of Economics.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination20p. ;
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18223916M

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The Interaction of Manufacturer and Retailer Expenditure on Image. We consider how the existence of a vertical extrnality in image expenditure will affect a manufactuer's choice of such expenditure if the manufacturer's freedom to select retailers is Author: Lisa Finneran.

In the perennial tug of war between manufacturers and retailers, retailers seem to be winning. Just a few years ago, manufacturers had hopes of being able to manage consumer relationships and product delivery directly. But today’s retail industry is more concentrated than ever; in many industries and markets, a handful of retailers account for the majority of sales.

In this paper, we develop a closed-loop supply chain model with two suppliers, one manufacturer and one retailer.

The manufacturer produces a single product in. The paper starts out by defining three different rules for how prices are set: The manufacturer uses foresight, the retailer uses foresight, and neither channel member uses foresight.

We then show a one-to-one mapping between the type of vertical strategic interaction and the Cited by: We find that the retailer never exerts more effort to reduce returns when faced with competition through the online store. The manufacturer’s profitability, however, is always higher with an online store.

The online store is also preferable to interaction of manufacturer and retailer expenditure on image book strategy where the manufacturer only partially refunds the retailer Cited by: 1.

This study examined retailer perceptions of manufacturer brands across eight product categories and the effects on retailer relationship outcomes including satisfaction, trust, commitment and.

Discussion. The results of Study 1 indicate that consumers associate different price images with different store formats. Furthermore, a clear hierarchy of store-format price image exists, with specialty stores, drug stores, and convenience stores having a relatively high price image and dollar stores, online stores, club stores, and mass merchants having a relatively low price image.

Our findings suggest that the introduction of a store brand is likely to increase retailer's profits in a product category if the cross-price sensitivity among national brands is low and the cross-price sensitivity between the national brands and the store brand is high.

Manufacturer-retailer inventory model for deteriorating items with price-sensitive credit-linked demand under two-level trade credit financing and profit sharing contract Nita H. Shah1* Abstract: A supply chain of single manufacturer and single retailer is analyzed when units in warehouse are subject to deterioration at a constant rate.

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Retail store image has been shown to play an important role in store patronage, and it is widely accepted that psychological factors have a significant role in store image formation. Past research has often involved the measurement of tangible attributes, or links between store images and consumers’ self‐images.

This study was undertaken to move to the next stage by exploring the link. A third-party transaction is a business deal with a buyer, a seller, and a third party.

The third party's involvement varies with the type of transaction. retailer/manufacturer relationship – such as invoice settlement and reconciliation – provide a window into the caliber of collaboration between trading partners.

The stronger the reconciliation process, the stronger the retailer/manufacturer relationship. A more collaborative reconciliation process can have a significant, measurable impact on. Retailer Price Image An Introduction and Literature Review.

It is the difference between the book value and the market value of a firm's assets. _____ is a business model in which the manufacturer sets a fixed price on a product, but the retailer is to free set its own price. Agency B. Hugo Books Inc. is a retailer that buys books at a fixed price from publishers.

Recently, Hugo offered a. manufacturer produces the good and contracts with retailers who sell it to consumers. 2. Company store structure (CS). Independent retailers still sell the product, but in addition, the manufacturer supports a physically co-located retail store.

As noted earlier, real-world examples of .This book identifies the key elements and components in starting a retail business. It is a known fact that there are a number of aspects that require attention in order to enhance the chances of success of the business.

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