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The value of an offering is described as ________. A) the price consumers are charged for a product B) the cost of manufacturing a product C) the degree to which consumer demand for a product is positive D) the sum of the tangible and intangible benefits and costs to customers E) the intangible benefits gained from a product
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The benefits and costs of patent and copyright laws
Benefits: increased incentives for creative activity. Costs: Monopoly pricing.
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Economic analysis assumes that: a.people act only out of selfish motives. b. people are motivated by a variety of forces; however, changes in personal benefits and costs affect behavior only when individuals are motivated by selfishness. c. people are basically unselfish, and their actions are, therefore, difficult to predict. d. changes in the personal benefits and costs associated with an activity will exert a predictable influence on the behavior of both those who are selfish and those who are unselfish.
d. changes in the personal benefits and costs associated with an activity will exert a predictable influence on the behavior of both those who are selfish and those who are unselfish.
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While approaching an ethical issue in marketing, the rights-based tradition would: a. ask to what degree the participants are respected as free and autonomous agents rather than treated simply as means to the end of making a sale. b. calculate the benefits and costs of each exchange. c. attempt to find out about other values that are affected by the exchange. d. want to know the degree to which the transaction provided actual as opposed to merely apparent benefits for each participant.
Sum of the tangible and intangible benefits and costs to them. Marketers can increase value of a customer offering by reducing price or increasing quality.
In the past, manufacturer’s representatives did not have up-to-minute data about the products they were selling. Today, manufacturer’s representatives are often provided online access to inventory data for the companies they represent. These online inventory systems allow companies to become more value-driven through: A) sharing information across the organization. B) balancing customers’ benefits and costs. C) evaluating strategic competitive partnerships. D) building relationships with government regulators of marketing institutions. E) keeping prices below those charged by competitors.
A) sharing information across the organization
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Microsoft charges a price of $599 for a copy of Windows 7. Is this pricing decision rational? A. We cannot assume that this pricing decision was rational because we do not have enough information to make an assumption. B. Microsoft’s choice was rational: the price will maximize profit. C. When we assume the managers at Microsoft have used all available information and have weighed all known benefits and costs, we are assuming rationally. D. Microsoft’s choice cannot be rational: the price is clearly more than most people are willing and able to pay.
Economists assume that rational people do all of the following except A. use all available information as they act to achieve their goals. B. undertake activities that benefit others and hurt themselves. C. weigh the benefits and costs of all possible alternative actions. D. respond to economic incentives
To become a more value-driven organization, Pokrah University is holding regular coffee-hour discussions with its students and surveying its graduates regarding students’ educational needs and desires. Pokrah University is becoming more value driven through: a. keeping the faculty members happy. b. evaluating strategic competitive partnerships. c. balancing its customers’ benefits and costs. d. building relationships with customers. e. sharing information across the organization.
Economists assume that rational people a. never use all available information as they act to achieve their goals. b. undertake activities that benefit others and hurt themselves. c. only weigh the benefits and costs of the most desirable alternative actions. d. respond to economic incentives.