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Assessing marketing strategy performance

By: Moorman, Christine.
Contributor(s): Lehmann, Donald R.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Cambridge: Marketing Science Institute, 2004Description: 292p.ISBN: 9780965711449.Subject(s): MARKETING AUDITS | MARKETING-MANAGEMENT | STRATEGIC PLANNINGUDC classification: 658.8 MOO/A Summary: Authored by leading marketing scholars, the book addresses questions of critical enduring importance to marketing: Does marketing influence firm value or firm performance? Does marketing contribute to the development and maintenance of intangible assets such as consumers, brands, and knowledge? How can marketing contribute to greater firm efficiency? Can a firm’s marketing capabilities become a source of value? Offering a diverse set of approaches from stock response modeling to historical analysis, Assessing Marketing Strategy Performance aims to foster new and more effective thinking about the value of marketing and the productivity of marketing investments. It will be an invaluable resource to those seeking to better understand marketing’s role in the firm.
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Authored by leading marketing scholars, the book addresses questions of critical enduring importance to marketing: Does marketing influence firm value or firm performance? Does marketing contribute to the development and maintenance of intangible assets such as consumers, brands, and knowledge? How can marketing contribute to greater firm efficiency? Can a firm’s marketing capabilities become a source of value?

Offering a diverse set of approaches from stock response modeling to historical analysis, Assessing Marketing Strategy Performance aims to foster new and more effective thinking about the value of marketing and the productivity of marketing investments. It will be an invaluable resource to those seeking to better understand marketing’s role in the firm.

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