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Creativity and Environment [chapter]

2013 Encyclopedia of Creativity, Invention, Innovation and Entrepreneurship  
in Dubrovnik on 13-14 February 2012 for constructive comments and helpful discussions that informed this entry.  ...  Acknowledgments The author would like to thank David Campbell, Jason Hughes, John Roberts, Hendrik Wagenaar, and the participants of the European Science Foundation (ESF) meeting on personalized medicine  ...  which one can fiddle with in order to increase business profit.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-3858-8_100187 fatcat:2nftbiwzanbf3isotlitbm356y

Loyalty Program Liabilities and Point Values

So Yeon Chun, Dan A. Iancu, Nikolaos Trichakis
2019 Manufacturing & Service Operations Management  
Specific to loyalty programs and closer to our work, Kim et al. (2004) study the interaction between LPs and capacity decisions in a competitive environment, showing that accumulated reward points could  ...  In this sense, the degree to which managerial compensation is based on profits can carry a direct impact on the value of a firm's loyalty points.  ... 
doi:10.1287/msom.2018.0748 fatcat:uqm5inkdtvhfnaarq2kkjvuz34

Dynamic Targeted Promotions

Gila E. Fruchter, Z. John Zhang
2004 Journal of Service Research  
This research analyzes the strategic use of targeted promotions for customer retention and acquisition in a dynamic and competitive environment.  ...  Our normative analysis shows that a firm's optimal targeting strategies, both offensive and defensive, in a dynamic setting depend on its actual market share, the relevant redemption rate of its targeted  ...  It is estimated that consumers switched 27 million times in 1994 alone, notwithstanding the fact that both firms also offered frequency and loyalty programs.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1094670504266130 fatcat:q7prak5zijerjf4ibjcr6grdvi

Transactions vs. Relationships: What Should the Company Emphasize?

Gila E. Fruchter, Simon P. Sigué
2005 Journal of Service Research  
This research analyzes the strategic use of targeted promotions for customer retention and acquisition in a dynamic and competitive environment.  ...  Our normative analysis shows that a firm's optimal targeting strategies, both offensive and defensive, in a dynamic setting depend on its actual market share, the relevant redemption rate of its targeted  ...  It is estimated that consumers switched 27 million times in 1994 alone, notwithstanding the fact that both firms also offered frequency and loyalty programs.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1094670505276629 fatcat:u3wnzea57bayflbjqjhcyng3ki

The effect of CRM on employee performance in banking industry

Lis M. Yapanto, Ahyar Muhammad Diah, Kannapat Kankaew, Anita Kusuma Dewi, William Rene Dextre-Martinez, Ardhariksa Zukhruf Kurniullah, Luis Augusto Villanueva-Benites
2021 Uncertain Supply Chain Management  
The implementation of a CRM program will impact consumer service and customer knowledge for various purposes. Likewise, adopting a CRM strategy would definitely affect consumer loyalty and awareness.  ...  The study carried out the quantitative approach in the delivery of the questionnaire to more than 100 bank customers.  ...  At first a consumer may be over marginal profits, but after a period of time, consumers can become competitive. It ensures that the company will begin to reap its rewards.  ... 
doi:10.5267/j.uscm.2021.3.003 fatcat:f7v3smkzsjgitkb7jo7ng3doje

A spinoffs study applied to the airline industry

Erika Kutscher
2014 Journal of Transport Literature  
Through a spinoff, both the parent company and the divested subsidiary can each focus on their own activity, which translates into a better performance of both entities.  ...  Airlines have been recently debated the management of some of their non-core divisions, such as the Frequent Flyer Program (FFP).  ...  This paper focuses in the coalition loyalty programs category, because that is the one that runs the FFP Aeroplan.  ... 
doi:10.1590/s2238-10312014000200007 fatcat:mn6uvfe6dzhfbjhksr3kzyynhm

Should Price Increases Be Targeted?—Pricing Power and Selective vs. Across-the-Board Price Increases

Aradhna Krishna, Fred M. Feinberg, Z. John Zhang
2007 Management science  
The range of effects stemming from the experiment can be used in a competitive analysis to yield equilibrium strategies for the two firms.  ...  Specifically, in a competitive context, they must determine whether it is more profitable to increase prices across-the-board or to a specific segment of their customer base.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors thank Elea Feit, Andy Gershoff, Michel Wedel, David Wooten, Carolyn Yoon, and Jie Zhang for their assistance in conducting the experiments.  ... 
doi:10.1287/mnsc.1060.0695 fatcat:6h3vey56xbhuzhxokra2vwholy

International Journal of Business and Management, Vol. 4, No. 10, October 2009, all in one PDF file

Editor IJBM
2009 International Journal of Business and Management  
We have showed that shared information under ABD program can help the processor to improve the decision towards production planning and distribution.  ...  As such incentive to motivate the retailer to share information and means of information monitoring and transfer need to be addressed.  ...  The absence of self-restricting mechanism causes that commercial banks can not restrict capital utility by capital sources.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ijbm.v4n10p0 fatcat:7kgk45n3ebfp3jauohq6vmzyuq

Public and Private Partnerships: Accounting for the New Religion

Martha Minow
2003 Harvard Law Review  
Changes in the law restricted redemption of the G.I. benefit to state-approved schools and provided for stricter oversight by the Veterans' Administration. 40 In retrospect, the G.I.  ...  , to solicit private underwriters for public initiatives, and to impose fees or other restrictions on programs.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1342726 fatcat:qpgv5bkcqrekraeauk6n6p743e

Purpose, Identity and the Member Value Proposition in Co-Operative and Mutual Enterprises

Tim Mazzarol
2015 Social Science Research Network  
However, over time the market conditions that created the initial problem may change and this can remove the competitive advantage of the CME over rivals in the IOF sector.  ...  This sees the principle of voluntary and open membership abandoned in favour of restricted entry and exit based on the trading of share capital.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2696522 fatcat:2njulkdchnglbkpvoofkfs5mze

Opening the Gate to Money Market Fund Reform

Hester Peirce, Robert Greene
2014 Social Science Research Network  
A halt would allow the board time to sell assets in an orderly manner that would prevent one group of investors from profiting at the expense of others.  ...  during times when the redemption fee is in effect would benefit from the boost in NAV that the fund would gain from the fees paid by redeeming investors"). 280.  ...  A subset of investors will not want to take on even this remote risk. In addition, some investors may find that any risk of redemption interruptions runs afoul of their investment guidelines.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2533195 fatcat:i2lhld3lbbd2vgidl652g7ia3i

Italy: 2016 Article IV Consultation-Press Release; Staff Report; and Statement by the Executive Director for Italy

International Monetary Fund
2016 IMF Staff Country Reports  
Indeed, unless asset quality and profitability problems are addressed in a timely manner, lingering problems of weaker banks can eventually weigh on the rest of the system. 32.  ...  Reforms that raise competition in product market can affect the economy in two ways.  ...  The growth of the market in non-performing assets will also receive a boost from the investments of Atlante, a private fund that can concentrate on the riskiest securitization tranches.  ... 
doi:10.5089/9781498354936.002 fatcat:ugsag44unzhuped4jc4fnphvca

Two-Sided Platform Competition in the Online Daily Deals Promotion Market

Byung-Cheol Kim, Jeongsik Lee, Hyunwoo Park
2012 Social Science Research Network  
However, this performance advantage is dampened by the entrant's competitive chasing at local markets through offers of greater discounts and lower prices.  ...  We show that the greater network size in the consumer side entirely explains the incumbent's lead in the merchant side performance, indicating the existence of cross-side network effects at the aggregated  ...  can improve merchant profitability.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2117790 fatcat:bbw6fmm6vfarjikxz2wz6q26gq

Two-Sided Platform Competition in the Online Daily Deals Promotion Market

Byung-Cheol Kim, Jeongsik Lee, Hyunwoo Park
2012 Social Science Research Network  
While information-based poaching provides a foothold for the entrant in overcoming the initial size disadvantage, over time it turns into a competition-intensifying channel, as Groupon reacts by the same  ...  We find that, for a comparable deal, the incumbent Groupon enjoys a significant advantage in performance measured in the number of coupon sales, which appears largely attributable to its greater network  ...  A merchant's eventual profit of running a promotion may well depend on various factors such as contracted sharing rule, costs of providing the promoted product or service, rate of consumer redemption,  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2164341 fatcat:cd3ooquw6zcajcszcwc5et5dwq

Effect of Marketing Practices on Credit Card Usage: The Mediating Role of Consumer Attitudes

Dorcas Achieng Kerre
2019 International Journal of Business Management, Entrepreneurship and Innovation  
Thus it serves to inform the implementation of marketing strategy in banks by guiding on which aspects of marketing should be emphasised so as to increase credit card usage.  ...  Banks introduce the credit card service as a way of improving their revenue streams. However, in Kenya, the rate of growth in usage has rather been slow.  ...  Kenya's banking sector has grown in terms of deposits, assets, profits and service offerings, thus increasing competition.  ... 
doi:10.35942/jbmed.v1i1.55 fatcat:wggqgjnlvzbarindlnucyyi6pi
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