Around the World, Shoppers More Alike than DifferentMay 14, 2013
Despite differences in institutions, retail environments, and consumer habits, “overall, shoppers in developing and emerging markets behave in remarkably similar ways,” according to research by George Knox, David R. Bell, and Daniel Corsten.
The Short and Long-term Impacts of Fashion Knockoffs on Original ItemsMay 1, 2013 Gil Appel, Barak Libai, and Eitan Muller, 2013, 13-108
Using data on 15 fashion products, examines the potential financial consequences of a knockoff on the original item; focuses on three main effects: acceleration, substitution, and uniqueness.
Resource Allocation in Noisy Data EnvironmentsJan 01, 2013 Ajay Kelkar, Chief Operating Officer, Hansa Cequity Solutions and Prasad Naik, University of California, Davis
This presentation discusses an approach to "denoise" fallible metrics and combine them optimally to derive marketing allocations.
What Is the Life Cycle of an Innovation?Oct 14, 2012
As mobile devices become embedded in everyday life for billions of people, it is notable that the massive penetration of mobile telephony is not exceptional:…
Retailing in a Global, Multi-Channel WorldDenise Dahlhoff and Pavel Kireyev, 2012, 12-302
Summarizes the proceedings of MSI's conference, "Retailing in a Global, Multi-Channel World," co-sponsored with the Wharton School’s Jay H. Baker Retailing Center and the Fashion Institute of Technology, held June 20–21, 2012, in New York City.
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