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We examine how competitor-oriented objectives and the availability of competitor oriented information can affect managerial decisions and the profitability of firms. Using a variety of evidence collected over nine years, we compare the long-term profitability of competitor-oriented and self-oriented objectives.
Armstrong, J. S., & Collopy, F. (1996). Competitor Orientation: Effects of Objectives and Information on Managerial Decisions and Profitability. Retrieved from http://repository.upenn.edu/marketing_papers/120
Date Posted: 15 June 2007
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