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short- and long-run category demand effects of price promotions

short- and long-run category demand effects of price promotions

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Published by Marketing Science Institute in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sales promotion,
  • Pricing,
  • Consumer behavior,
  • Demand (Economic theory)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementVincent R. Nijs ... [et al.]
    SeriesReport -- no. 00-109, Report (Marketing Science Institute) -- no. 00-109
    ContributionsNijs, Vincent R
    The Physical Object
    Pagination49 p. :
    Number of Pages49
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15316124M

    In some agricultural markets the momentary supply is fixed and is determined mainly by planting decisions made months before, and also climatic conditions, which affect the production yield. In this study, we develop a multicategory model that considers demand interdependencies substitution and complementarities at the product category level. The first aim of this study is to analyze the impact of promotion intensity in one category on the attraction of this focal and other related and unrelated categories, using a substantial number of product categories. The new and increased amount of demand in this case is called the short-run demand.

    But yeah, SAS increase results in steep, sharp price increase and drop in availability. The paper discusses several managerial implications of these empirical findings and suggests various avenues for future research. Suggested Citation Vincent R. The causes of the difference between the short-run demand and the long-run demand.

    More frequent promotions increase their effectiveness, but only in the short run. The point elasticity of demand can be written as: The point elasticity of demand is equal to the inverse of the slope of the demand curve at the given point multiplied by the ratio of price to quantity at that point. In the short run, the demand is inelastic because gasoline is considered a necessity; a change in price will not create a relatively large change in quantity purchased. They explicitly estimate a halo effect, or the extent to which promotions affect sales of other categories in the store.


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If you know of missing items citing this one, you can help us creating those links by adding the relevant references in the same way as above, for each refering item. The paper discusses several managerial implications of these empirical findings and suggests various avenues for future research.

The supply will be inelastic because firms have their resources tied up in this market. In short- and long-run category demand effects of price promotions book of demand and supply, this means that in the long run, the quantity will change more relative to the price change for both demand and supply.

Then, we discuss our data, propose our model, and present the results. The new and increased amount of demand in this case is called the short-run demand. Kamakura and Kang investigate cross-category price promotion effects among 66 stores and two related categories toothpaste and short- and long-run category demand effects of price promotions book.

Always assume there is a negative relationship between price and quantity Point Elasticity of Demand Arc elasticities are a helpful tool for understanding the concept of elasticity; however, they are almost never used in practical applications.

Even some research work may be needed in order take advantage of the falling prices, especially if the goods concerned are newly innovated goods.

So, it is assumed that prices remain constant in short-run and vary in the long-run. Again, changes in the pattern of using the goods on the basis of new prices may take some time to take place.

From this statement it can be seen that elasticity depends upon both the slope of the demand curve and the position of the point on the demand curve. In the long run, promotions even lead to a change in loyalty. It is a multiplicative relationship between price and quantity that changes with movement along the demand curve.

Taking into account purchase probabilities, interconnection and cannibalization effects, the compilation of promoted articles is improved and thus the overall pricing is optimized.

The practice, unfortunately, is not universal. Factors such as promotion frequency and promotion depth are tools managers might use to influence demand sensitivity, at least in principle.

They specify cross-category effects only at the aggregate level. One of the reasons for this is the defects and shortcomings in the system of communicating the information regarding the markets over the length and breadth of the country.

But yeah, SAS increase results in steep, sharp price increase and drop in availability. The point elasticity of demand can be written as: The point elasticity of demand is equal to the inverse of the slope of the demand curve at the given point multiplied by the ratio of price to quantity at that point.

An example is a grocer realizing, ooh, young idiots are buying yoyo's, the craze is sure to be shortlived, so i should increase the price sharply, before they stop buying it, the product will fly offf the shelf regardless, it being a short run product. Now, point E will no longer represent the equilibrium point.

The number of categories affected is not greater than two. Received Feb 5; Accepted Dec Access and download statistics Corrections All material on this site has been provided by the respective publishers and authors.

Although the total net short-term effects of price promotions are generally strong, with an average elasticity of 2. Overall, we conclude that the power of price promotions lies primarily in the preservation of the status quo in the category.

The causes are: 1.A REVIEW OF NEW DEMAND ELASTICITIES WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO SHORT AND LONG RUN EFFECTS OF PRICE CHANGES.

Dominique Hanssens

No abstract provided. Availability: Find a library where document is. In this study the effectiveness and consequences of price promotions for a store brand and a high end brand will be researched.

It is assumed that the effects of a promotion could be very different for the two brands, because there are a couple of differences between a store brand and a high end brand. Downloadable! We use the results of three large-scale field experiments to investigate how the depth of a current price promotion affects future purchasing of first-time and established customers.

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