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Specification and estimation of logically consistent linear models Article in Decision Sciences 12(1):1 - 31 June DOI: /jtbx. tising, and Naert/Bultez () on logically consistent market share models, while Naert/Leeflang () wrote a book on implementable marketing models. Impor-tantly, a large body of work was produced at a time when the data sources were limited and subject to many by: (interaction probabilities), which can be interpreted as market shares of the regarded locations (j) in the customer origins (i), p ij (local market shares).
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The authors compare market share models differing in terms of functional form, estimation procedure, and level of parameterization. They evaluate the models by testing the accuracy of predicted shares as well as the validity of the estimated by: Naert, Philippe, and Bultez, Alain (), “Logically Consistent Market Share Models,” Journal of Marketing Research, 10 (August), – Google Scholar | SAGE Journals Naert, Philippe, and Weverbergh, M.
(), “On the Prediction Power of Market Share Attraction Models,” Journal of Marketing Research, 18 (May), – Cited by: Structural transformations of the MCI model are presented which make the model easily estimated using dummy variables with widely available regression packages.
The MCI model is empirically shown to provide better predictive power than several other models of similar form, but ones which do not produce logically consistent market share by: Internal market structure analysis infers brand positions in an attribute space from preference and choice data, given a market in which consumers have heterogeneous tastes for attributes.
Previous market structure models have adopted a static framework (e.g., ElrodChintaguntaElrod and Keane ). Furthermore, they assumed that consumer perceptions of brand attributes do not Cited by: In MCI: Multiplicative Competitive Interaction (MCI) Model.
Description Author(s) References. Description. The Huff model (Huff, ) is the most popular spatial interaction model for retailing and services and belongs to the family of probabilistic market area basic idea of the model, derived from the Luce choice axiom, is that consumer decisions are not deterministic.
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McCALEB Rice University, Houston, TXUSA Gordon H. SELLON, Jr. Federal Reserre Bank of Ka,sas City, Kansas City, MOUSA The standard IS LM model has been criticized in recent Cited by: 6. The Consolation of Ontology: On the Substantial and Nonsubstantial Models.
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Economists make many assumptions to simplify their models. 2 When using the income threshold model to explain car purchasing behavior in China, we assume that factors other than income, such as the color of cars, are irrelevant to the decision to buy cars. Therefore, we ignore the color of cars that are sold in China in describing the relationship between average income and the number of cars.
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The Committee reviews the preliminary output, and makes changes where necessary, to ensure that the final scores are logically consistent and are updated to reflect current market conditions.
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colluding firms may sacrifice productive efficiency by failing to allocate market share to the firms with the lowest production costs.Logical consistency among concepts means that the concepts share a logical framework or background, i.e., one idea intuitively makes sense given another.
The idea that someone may need an umbrella because it looks like rain is logically consistent. The idea that one may need an elephant because it looks like rain is logically : Graziadio Business Review. Guided by these types of insights, behavioral economists have developed a robust set of models of market behavior.
These models represent an alternative to conventional economic models, which are logically consistent but fail to account for the real behavior of capital markets because they assume that all markets are efficient, all investors.