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Cross-Brand Pass-Through in Supermarket Pricing

Jean-Pierre Dubé, Sachin Gupta
2008 Marketing science (Providence, R.I.)  
support for cross-brand pass-through.  ...  However, the magnitudes of own-brand and cross-brand pass-through are quite different during promotional and regular price weeks.  ...  cross-brand pass-through) in the sample that pooled regular price with promotional price weeks.  ... 
doi:10.1287/mksc.1080.0373 fatcat:zjzl3roqmjd4zogzgaj5lgovai

Own-Brand and Cross-Brand Retail Pass-Through

David Besanko, Jean-Pierre Dubé, Sachin Gupta
2005 Marketing science (Providence, R.I.)  
Importantly, we find substantial evidence of cross-brand pass-through effects, indicating that retail prices of competing products are adjusted in response to a change in the wholesale price of any given  ...  Trade promotions on small brands receive low own-brand pass-through and generate positive cross-brand pass-through for larger competing brands.  ...  The authors contributed equally and are listed in alphabetic order.  ... 
doi:10.1287/mksc.1030.0043 fatcat:j64d2lsfijda7dl2o6cj53em5q

A Decomposition of the Sources of Incomplete Cross-Border Transmission

Rebecca Hellerstein
2006 Social Science Research Network  
Yet traded-goods prices exhibit significant inertia in the face of shocks such as exchange rate changes.  ...  The conventional wisdom is that relative price changes are the primary mechanism by which shocks are transmitted across borders.  ...  All Foreign Observed pass-through .12 ---- Table 7 : A sample of median own-and cross-price demand elasticities.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.902369 fatcat:gzrxteo2o5bahivyo33nrueqhe

Supermarket Power: Serving Consumers or Harming Competition

Javier Berasategi
2014 Social Science Research Network  
price of the independent brand that undermines its quality perception; (3) a refusal to pass-through promotional wholesale prices of independent brands to their retail prices; and (4) a prohibition of  ...  Market foreclosure may also take place through (A) pricing and (B) non-pricing practices that distort in-store competition between supermarket brands and independent brands.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2401723 fatcat:ndgeh7epybhorntsssj7gfvahi

Who Bears the Cost of a Change in the Exchange Rate? The Case of Imported Beer

Rebecca Hellerstein
2004 Social Science Research Network  
I estimate a structural econometric model that makes it possible to compute manufacturers' and retailers' pass-through of a nominal exchange-rate change, without observing wholesale prices or firms' marginal  ...  Abstract This paper quantifies the welfare effects of a change in the nominal exchange rate using the example of the beer market.  ...  Table 6 reports a sample of the median own-and cross-price elasticities for selected brands. The cross-price elasticities are generally intuitive.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.596605 fatcat:iuhlb4tydzhido2ebabr5mbp2a

The comparative cost of food and beverages at remote Indigenous communities, Northern Territory, Australia

Megan Ferguson, Kerin O'Dea, Mark Chatfield, Marjory Moodie, Jon Altman, Julie Brimblecombe
2015 Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health  
Methods: A cross-sectional survey compared prices derived from point-of-sale data in 20 remote Northern Territory stores with supermarkets in capital cities of the Northern Territory and South Australia  ...  Objective: To determine the average price difference between foods and beverages in remote Indigenous community stores and capital city supermarkets and explore differences across products.  ...  Methods A cross-sectional survey compared the prices of food in remote communities to that of supermarkets in the NT and SA.  ... 
doi:10.1111/1753-6405.12370 pmid:25902766 fatcat:fcw2o4n6efcrfkin2p2ycxrwam

The Retailer Needs to Be Paid for Sophisticated Decisions: Modelling Promotional Interactions between Consumers, Retailers and Brand Managers

Robert E. Marks, David Midgley
2008 Social Science Research Network  
Competition among brands that sell through a supermarket chain is a repeated moderated oligopoly, where the retailer moderates brand competition by choosing the store promotions that consumers see each  ...  Our goal is to address an important question in the literature; specifically whether the retailer gains positive returns through more sophisticated moderation.  ...  For example, a vertical Nash Equilibrium model yields zero cross-brand pass-through.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1288000 fatcat:aw6u3hqsbvclrjz6vzsgzjdufe

Retailer Dynamic Pricing and Ordering Decisions: Category Management versus Brand-by-Brand Approaches

Joseph M. Hall, Praveen K. Kopalle, Aradhna Krishna
2010 Journal of Retailing  
If the cross-price effect for a brand is low -that is, the brand takes away relatively few sales from the other brands -the retail pass-through should increase with that brand's own-price effect.  ...  On the other hand, when the cross-price effect is high, the retail pass-through decreases with the brand's own-price effect.  ...  The author(s) also thank the participants of the 2002 Pricing Conference at Cornell University and the 2003 Marketing Science Conference, seminar participants at Duke University, the State University of  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jretai.2010.02.006 fatcat:owdql66wqvcipiskftbpvdh3pa

Impact of the announcement and implementation of the UK Soft Drinks Industry Levy on sugar content, price, product size and number of available soft drinks in the UK, 2015-19: A controlled interrupted time series analysis

Peter Scarborough, Vyas Adhikari, Richard A. Harrington, Ahmed Elhussein, Adam Briggs, Mike Rayner, Jean Adams, Steven Cummins, Tarra Penney, Martin White, Barry M. Popkin
2020 PLoS Medicine  
The price of intervention drinks in the high levy category had risen by £0.075 (£0.037-0.115, p < 0.001) per litre-a 31% pass through rate-whilst prices of intervention drinks in the low levy category  ...  Some of the cost of the levy to manufacturers and importers was passed on to consumers as higher prices but not always on targeted drinks.  ...  The data used in this paper were obtained from the websites of Tesco, Sainsbury's, Morrisons, Asda, Ocado, and Waitrose supermarkets in the UK and in part from Brandview Ltd.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pmed.1003025 pmid:32045418 pmcid:PMC7012398 fatcat:z77gdjlpvbeyvl62pec2k6473i

Cost pass-through in differentiated product markets: a disaggregated study for milk and butter

J.-P. Loy, T. Holm, C. Steinhagen, T. Glauben
2014 European Review of Agricultural Economics  
In particular, low-price private labels adjust prices faster than high-price national brands; but cost pass-through is slightly more (positive) asymmetrical for private labels than for national brands.  ...  Results for milk and butter indicate significant positive asymmetries in cost pass-through processes, which vary between brands and outlets.  ...  We expect national (high price) brands and large supermarkets with significant consumer search costs to asymmetrically pass-through costs.  ... 
doi:10.1093/erae/jbu031 fatcat:2dbemu4ifnfxjb2qeufpdbz4cy

Consumer Response to Cigarette Excise Tax Changes

Lesley Chiou, Erich Muehlegger
2014 National tax journal  
These differences in consumer behavior lead to meaningful differences in tax incidence -pass-through is higher for discount cigarettes which have more inelastic demand.  ...  Pass-through is lower near low-tax borders, especially for cigarettes sold by the carton for which cross-border evasion is greatest.  ...  in price at other supermarkets.  ... 
doi:10.17310/ntj.2014.3.05 fatcat:zrmgobecuzcarmabgn2xnxy5xi

Consumer Response to Cigarette Excise Tax Changes

Lesley Chiou, Erich Muehlegger
2014 Social Science Research Network  
These differences in consumer behavior lead to meaningful differences in tax incidence -pass-through is higher for discount cigarettes which have more inelastic demand.  ...  Pass-through is lower near low-tax borders, especially for cigarettes sold by the carton for which cross-border evasion is greatest.  ...  in price at other supermarkets.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1693263 fatcat:lfhc6hmatzf63ippsg3ivjseiq

For Love or Money? Fairtrade Business Models in the UK Supermarket Sector

Sally Smith
2010 Journal of Business Ethics  
For own brand products retailers can also cross-subsidise from other parts of their business.  ...  For their own brand products supermarkets will be more closely involved in the value chain, from new product development through to quality control.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10551-010-0582-2 fatcat:7pmtwngxjzfddpbjsfae35iqla

Antitrust analysis of supermarkets: global concerns playing out in local markets

Ronald W. Cotterill
2006 Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics  
The analysis of prices and profits in a market structure context remains important, especially in countries such as Australia with very high supermarket concentration.  ...  Firm and brand level New Empirical Industrial Organisation models of demand and oligopoly pricing also provide insights for evaluating antitrust claims.  ...  through rates.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-8489.2006.00322.x fatcat:mlkvb26ufzg23gddtyl67hgjba

How retailer and competitor decisions drive the long-term effectiveness of manufacturer promotions for fast moving consumer goods

Koen Pauwels
2007 Journal of Retailing  
For 75 brands in 25 categories, the author finds that the long-term retailer pass-through of promotions is 65 percent, yielding a long-run wholesale promotional elasticity of 1.78 before competitive response  ...  As to the latter, smaller brands face a fourfold disadvantage compared to leading brands: they obtain lower retail pass-through, lower retail support, and lower benefits from competing brand's promotions  ...  In response, the retailer may (1) adjust the consumer price 3 of the focal brand (own brand pass-through) and (2) adjust the consumer price for competing brands in the category (cross-brand pass-through  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jretai.2006.03.001 fatcat:ofgvfhctprcd3kg3jubsggnmve
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