Pricing Strategy and the Formation and Evolution of Reference Price Perceptions in New Product Categories

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Lowe, Ben; Alpert, Frank;

This study examines the formation and evolution of reference price perceptions in new product categories. It contributes to our understanding of pricing new products by integrating two important research streams in marketing-reference price theory and the theory of pion... View more
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