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primacy of the idea itself as a predictor of new product success

Jacob Goldenberg

primacy of the idea itself as a predictor of new product success

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

    Subjects:
  • New products -- Philosophy,
  • Idea (Philosophy)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJacob Goldenberg, Donald R. Lehmann, David Mazursky
    SeriesReport -- no. 99-110, Report (Marketing Science Institute) -- no. 99-110
    ContributionsLehmann, Donald R, Mazursky, David, Marketing Science Institute
    The Physical Object
    Pagination30 p. ;
    Number of Pages30
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15264560M

    Advertising Abstracts. Advertising Division. Research Papers Tiptoe or tackle? How product placement prominence and exposure frequency moderate the mere exposure effect • Jorg Matthes, University of Zurich, Werner Wirth, University of Zurich and Christian Schemer, University of Zurich • According to the mere exposure effect (Zajonc ), the mere .


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The primacy of the idea itself as a predictor of new product success. [Jacob Goldenberg; Donald R Lehmann; David Mazursky; Marketing Science Institute.]. Professor Lehmann teaches several different marketing courses.

His research focuses on individual and group choice and decision making, the adoption of innovation and new product development, and the management and valuation of marketing assets (brands, customers). He is also interested in knowledge accumulation, empirical generalizations and information use.

Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. Goldenberg Jacob, Lehmann Donald R. and Mazursky David (), "The Primacy of the Idea Itself as a Predictor of New Product Success", MSI working paper, Report No.

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Cited by: Jacob Goldenberg is a Professor of Marketing at the Arison School of Business Administration at the Inter-Disciplinary Center at Hertzelia and a visiting professor at the Columbia Business School. His research focuses on creativity, new product development, diffusion of innovation, complexity in market dynamics social networks effects, and social media.

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