Метрики потребительской ценности (часть 4)
Бусакка Б., Костабиле М., Анкарани Ф.

Измерение потребительской ценности: ключевые методологические подходы;
Методы измерения «Экономическая ценность для потребителя» и «Совокупная стоимость владения»;
Эмпирические методы;

Ключевые слова: потребительская ценность, атрибуты ценности, структура ценности, затраты, выгоды, интервью «лестница»


Статья посвящена анализу и методикам измерения потребительской ценности, предлагаемой компаниями своим клиентам. Авторы освещают ее критически важную роль на корпоративном рынке, изучают связь между способностью компании управлять созданием потребительской ценности и достигнутыми благодаря лояльности потребителей финансовыми и экономическими результатами.

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Бусакка Бруно

Профессор корпоративной экономики и менеджмента, директор курса бизнес-администрирования и менеджмента в университете Боккони, директор корпоративного департамента, член правления Школы бизнес-администрирования Школы менеджмента Боккони.

г. Милан, Италия

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Костабиле Микеле

г. Милан, Италия

Профессор маркетинга университета Калабрии и Школы бизнес-администрирования Школы менеджмента Боккони .

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Анкарани Фабио

Профессор маркетинга университета Болоньи, директор департамента маркетинга Школы бизнес-администрирования Школы менеджмента Боккони.

г. Милан, Италия

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