Choosing Strategies for New Products Using Market-Level Data
This chapter shows how the firm can coordinate its new product designs, production processes, and pricing strategies when only secondary (market-level) data are available. In particular, it examines the conditions under which firms should use price or other market signals (e.g., product warranties) when they introduce new products into the marketplace.
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