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  • (BQ) Part 2 book "Consumer behavior & marketing strategy" has contents: Subculture and social class, reference groups and family, market segmentation and product positioning; consumer behavior and product strategy, consumer behavior and promotion strategy, consumer behavior and pricing strategy,...and other contents.

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  • (BQ) Part 2 book "Consumer behavior" has contents: Learning, memory, and product positioning; attitudes and influencing attitudes; situational influences; consumer decision process and problem recognition; information search; alternative evaluation and selection; outlet selection and purchase,...and other contents.

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  • Destinations are amalgams of tourism products, offering an integrated experience to consumers. Traditionally, destinations are regarded as well-defined geographical areas, such as a country, an island or a town. However, it is increasingly recognised that a destination can also a perceptual concept, which can be interpreted subjectively by consumers, depending on their travel itinerary, cultural background, purpose of visit, educational level and past experience.

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  • Between the mid-1950s and mid-1960s, Arnaldo Pomodoro perfected his technique of casting in the negative/positive process, in which the artist works initially in clay or plaster, carving or gouging out his motifs as negative images; when cast, these elements are reversed and transposed into the positive forms of the final sculpture. Pomodoro first developed the technique in his elegant cast jewelry.

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  • Behavioral economics has been the economics profession’s runaway growth area of recent decades. Scholars in this area work largely at the intersection of economics and psychology. Much of their attention has focused on systematic biases in people’s judgments and decisions. As the late Amos Tversky, a Stanford University psychologist and a founding father of behavioral economics, liked to say, “My colleagues, they study artifi cial intelligence. Me? I study natural stupid

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  • The data set we received from CIBC has 304,698 observations. Each observation represents a customer and is described by 407 variables, both categorical and numerical. The variable “index” gives the ID of the customer and the variable “target” describes whether the customer had responded to the previous campaign. There are a lot of missing values. Detailed descriptions on the meaning of each variable were not provided. All of the observations had received the direct promotion.

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  • Social science, policy and popular discourse around counterfeiting regularly position consumers of counterfeit goods as part of a technological elite or motivated by anti- capitalist or anti-corporate positions. In order to explore this construction and highlight its associated limitations, this paper presents quantitative data collected through postal and web-based questionnaires looking at the frequency, location and motivations for the purchase of counterfeit leisure items for consumers in the United Kingdom.

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  • Mexican market researchers have defined three “Socio-Economic Levels” (SEL; niveles socioeconómicos) of Mexico’s urban population which is of particular interest to marketers. 1 The high Socio-Economic Level (SEL) makes up around 8% of the urban population of Mexico (see Table 4). This is beyond any doubt the most interesting customer segment for Swiss exporters of high quality consumer products. Parts of the Medium SEL (which totals 29% of the urban population) might also be in a position to afford Swiss products.

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  • Better measurement begins with better data. In the era of Big Data, CG companies need to identify which data provide the best insights into consumer behaviours and interactions with their brand or the product categories in which they compete (see sidebar, page 12). Then they need to ensure that the right processes and tools are in place to capture and analyse these data. Strategic partnerships will continue to play an important role as the consumer marketing efforts of CG companies mature.

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  • This chapter define the three steps of target marketing: market segmentation, market targeting, and market positioning; list and discuss the major bases for segmenting consumer and business markets; explain how companies identify attractive market segments and choose a target marketing strategy; discuss how companies position their products for maximum competitive advantage in the marketplace.

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  • If we really want to avoid climate change and conserve the ecosystems on which we all depend, it’s clear that we have to tackle both what we produce and consume. To progress this work, WWF believes that the UK government and retailers need to urgently develop and promote eating habits based on a sustainable diet if we are to address climate change, protect ecosystems and start to reverse the impacts of poor nutritional choices and promotions on people’s health.

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  • (BQ) Part 1 book "Essentials of marketing" has contents: Marketing strategy planning; evaluating opportunities in the changing market environment; focusing marketing strategy with segmentation and positioning; final consumers and their buying behavior; business and organizational customers and their buying behavior,...and other contents.

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  • (BQ) Part 1 book "A framework for marketing management" has contents: Scope of marketing for new realities, marketing strategies and plans, buying dynamics of consumers and businesses, target marketing, competitive and effective brand positioning, branding and core business growth...and other contents.

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  • Analysis of the distribution of subject matter and library holdings represented in the HathiTrust Digital Library and shared print repositories further confirmed that the digital corpus is largely representative of the collective academic library collection, suggesting a broad potential market for service.

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  • Thus, even though this investor disregards any possibility of active management skills, she holds actively managed funds to capitalize on predictability in benchmark returns and fund risk loadings in a way that cannot be accomplished via long-only index fund positions. Next, consider an investor who allows for predictability in active management skills. At the end of 2002, this investor optimally selects actively managed precious metals funds.

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  • In this section, we focus on the relationship between total bank credit to non-bank borrowers and the international components of bank credit in emerging economies (see Annex 1 for sample of 31). We find that, in the years before the recent global financial crisis, a rising share of international credit was positively related to a rising ratio of bank credit to GDP.8 In other words, the evidence systematically implicates international credit in credit booms.

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  • Contractors in the Midwest are also the most optimistic about prospects for the hospital and higher education market. Forty-one percent of contractors in that region expect the market to expand while 22 percent expect it to shrink, a net positive of 19 percent. Conversely, more contractors in the West expect the market for hospital and higher education construction to decline in 2013, with 22 percent predicting an increase and 33 percent predicting a decrease, a net reading of -11 percent.

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  • Companies cannot appeal to all buyers in the marketplace or in the same way; buyers are too numerous, widely scattered and varied in needs and buying practices; companies vary widely in their abilities to serve different segments of the market.

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  • (BQ) Part 1 book "Contemporary marketing" has contents: Strategic planning in contemporary marketing; the marketing environment, ethics, and social responsibility; consumer behavior; consumer behavior; marketing research and sales forecasting; market segmentation, targeting, and positioning,...and other contents.

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  • Intuitively, the state of the business cycle can influence bank equity prices through its impact on bank assets. During an economic boom, default rates for loans to households and firms decline. This, in turn, boosts bank earnings and can mitigate investors’ perception of the risk in bank profits, thereby lowering their required return on bank stocks. Recessions have the opposite impact on loan values and bank earnings, thereby raising required returns. In fact, the impact is arguably asymmetric.

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