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Geographical Information Systems (GISs) are often used to assist marketing planners inidentifying suitable retail locations, regionally distributing advertising campaigns, or targetingdirect marketing activities. GIS–thematic maps facilitate the visual assessment of mapregions.A broad set of...
Pay-What-You-Want (PWYW) is a new participative pricing mechanism whereby consumershave maximum control over the price they pay. Previous research suggests that participativepricing increases consumers’ intent to purchase. Sellers using PWYW face the risk, however,that consumers exploit their...
tele.ring is a mobile phone organization selling contracts and cell phones in the Austrian market. Themarket situation in 2005 was highly competitive and dynamic resulting in relatively short tariff lifecycles. Excessively long lead times made tele.ring’s management feel dissatisfied with...
The main objective of this report is to describe a decision-support system for dynamic retailpricing and promotion planning. Our weekly demand model incorporates price, referenceprice effects, seasonality, article availability information, features and discounts. Building onprevious research, we...
This paper proposes a new model for studying the new product development process inan artificial environment. We show how connectionist models can be used to simulatethe adaptive nature of agents’ learning exhibiting similar behavior as practically experiencedlearning curves. We study the...