Die Bewährung von Ankerpreismodellen bei der Erklärung der Markenwahl

Hruschka, Harald and Fettes, Werner and Probst, Markus (2001) Die Bewährung von Ankerpreismodellen bei der Erklärung der Markenwahl. Report Series SFB "Adaptive Information Systems and Modelling in Economics and Management Science", 49. SFB Adaptive Information Systems and Modelling in Economics and Management Science, WU Vienna University of Economics and Business, Vienna.

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Abstract

We evaluate reference price models with regard to their ability to explain brand choices of individual households. Reference price models are of the adaptive expectations and extrapolative expectations types. Brand choice is analyzed by means of multinomial logit (MNL) models. We specify the deterministic utility component of MNL models as both conventional linear function and nonlinear function. Nonlinear utility is approximated by an appropriate neural network, a feedforward multilayer perceptron with sigmoid hidden units. Reference price models of the extrapolative expectation type formed by lagged prices and a time trend are superior to those of the adaptive expectation type for household scanner panel data. Improvements of posterior probabilities of choice models due to the inclusion of reference prices, losses and gains are greater if nonlinear utility choice models are used. (author's abstract)

Item Type: Paper
Keywords: Referenzpreis / Markenartikel / Kaufentscheidung
Divisions: Departments > Informationsverarbeitung u Prozessmanag. > Produktionsmanagement > Taudes
Departments > Finance, Accounting and Statistics > Statistics and Mathematics
Departments > Marketing > Service Marketing und Tourismus
Departments > Informationsverarbeitung u Prozessmanag. > Informationswirtschaft
Depositing User: Repository Administrator
Date Deposited: 08 Mar 2002 12:29
Last Modified: 22 Oct 2019 00:41
URI: https://epub.wu.ac.at/id/eprint/374

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