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Anomalies in estimates of cross-price elasticities for marketing mix models

Andre Bonfrer

Anomalies in estimates of cross-price elasticities for marketing mix models

theory and empirical test

by Andre Bonfrer

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Consumer goods -- Prices -- Mathematical models

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAndre Bonfrer, Ernst R. Berndt, Alvin Silk.
    SeriesNBER working paper series -- no. 12756., Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 12756.
    ContributionsBerndt, Ernst R., Silk, Alvin., National Bureau of Economic Research.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination59 p. :
    Number of Pages59
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17631839M
    OCLC/WorldCa77076147

    Cross Price Elasticity. To calculate Cross Price Elasticity of Demand we are essentially looking for how the price of cookies impacts the sales of eggs. So we use the formula: CPE cookies = (ΔQ/ΔP cookies) * (P cookies /Q) We know from our regression that (ΔQ/ΔP cookies) is the coefficient of Price of Cookies (). Reliable econometric estimates of cross-elasticities of demand are notoriously difficult to obtain. 2 For this reason researchers have developed methods of calculating the required elasticities when only limited information is available. This note is in that tradition. The Armington (a) model is.

    A. Deaton, Own- and cross-price elasticities The unit value equation, eq. (12). shows unit value as the sum of quality and price, with price allowed to affect quality choice. The x and z variables reflect t-hand-side variables, including the fixed effects. Its existence models the.   The price elasticity of demand is a notion closely related to the notion of Giffen Good (by Robert Giffen) which first appeared in Alfred Marshall’s book, Principles of Economics. Price elasticity of demand measures how much the quantity demanded will change if the price changes. Most often we hear that price is a major factor which can directly affect the demand .

    effects of mergers will depend on estimates of own and cross-price elasticities, which will typically come from an estimated demand system. An estimated demand system is also crucial for, e.g., measuring elasticities w.r.t. product characteristics, computing the welfare e ffects of new products or price changes, and creating optimal price.   Overall, price elasticity should be an important consideration when developing your product and marketing strategies, in addition to being a basic building block behind your pricing. A huge factor that I'll repeat is that the price elasticity for different customer segments will vary. Thus, your marketing, pricing, and bundling must vary.


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[Andre Bonfrer; Ernst R Berndt; Alvin Silk] -- We investigate the theoretical possibility and empirical regularity of two troublesome anomalies that frequently arise when cross-price elasticities are estimated for a set of brands expected to be.

Get this from a library. Anomalies in estimates of cross-price elasticities for marketing mix models: theory and empirical test. [Andre Bonfrer; Ernst R Berndt; Alvin Silk; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- "We investigate the theoretical possibility and empirical regularity of two troublesome anomalies that frequently arise when cross-price elasticities are estimated for.

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Cross-Elasticity of Demand Definition. Cross-elasticity of demand is a measure of how much the quantity demanded of one good responds to a change in the price of another good, calculated as the percentage change in quantity demanded of the first good divided by the percentage change in the price of the second good.

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and Silk, A. () Anomalies in Estimates of Cross-Price Elasticities for Marketing Mix Models: Theory and Empirical Test, National Bureau of Economic Research, NBER Working Papers: Google Scholar. The models can be used to infer cross-effects of marketing-mix variables, but also the own effects can be adequately estimated while conditioning on competitive reactions.

Important features of attraction models are that they incorporate that market shares sum to unity and that the market shares of individual brands are in between 0 and 1.

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D'Aspremont, A. Jacquemin, J.J. Gabszewicz, J.A. WeymarkOn the stability of. marketing programs. This presentation demonstrates how to compute item-level price and cross-price elasticity values for two products with and without promotions.

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