New Model Introductions, Cannibalization and Market Stealing: Evidence from Shopbot Data

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Haynes, M.; Thompson, S.; Wright, P.W.;
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Incremental innovation plays an important role in competitive conduct in high-tech industries. This paper explores the impact of new model introduction by employing a nested logit specification to investigate the determination of market shares across and within submarke... View more
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