Cases in Marketing

Cases in Marketing

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The rich collection of case studies in Cases in Marketing highlights key marketing issues in a context characterized by diversity of markets, competitors, and consumers. Some cases draw on students' ability to think synthetically in dealing with broader strategic issues such as global standardization versus customization, managing the globalization process, internationalization strategies, dealing with international market entrants, rapid change in industries due to global developments, and international marketing. Others draw on students' analytic skills in dealing with issues of a more tactical nature such as market and competitor analysis for international marketing strategy, the collection and use of data in market research, evaluating communication effectiveness, and multifactor portfolio analysis. Together they provide a detailed insight into the practice of marketing across national borders and cultures. ...

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