The concept of consumer-based brand equity has become a central marketing concept due to the increasing scientific and business interest in brands, since the approach according to which brands constitute one of the most valuable intangible assets of the companies is becoming increasingly widespread. The paper offers an updated literature review of this important research topic, providing a classification of brand equity models focusing on consumer based models. The most important models are critically reviewed from the perspective of model structure, methodology used and validity. Capitalizing on the Value of a Brand Name.
Alina Sorescu Sorin M. However, the authors also identify three caveats that could affect the robustness of this conclusion. Second, because Fornell, Morgeson, and Hult use a proprietary trading strategy that has not been disclosed to the general public, the authors are unable to discern what fraction of their reported performance is due to customer satisfaction as opposed to other characteristics of the trading strategy.
This article also provides useful guidance for measuring long-term abnormal returns in the presence of industry clustering. For the period from toa calendar-time portfolio that buys high- satisfaction stocks with some short positions in low-satisfaction over the long run?
Additional tests show that this return predictability may, in evidence of such mispricing between and These turn, be explained by the notion that customer satisfaction reli- works suggest that investors underreact to the release of cus- ably predicts future earnings.
In this article, we address period of time after such ratings are made public. Jacobson and Mizik reexamine tests that measure long-term abnormal returns. To this point, using random sample simu- isfaction predicts stock returns.
Because different industries tend to outperform the market at different Alina Sorescu is Rebecca U. Sorescu is Ruby and Earle A. Otherwise, composition as the treatment sample. A long-short algorithm, such as market timing, risk management, or qual- calendar-time portfolio is then formed, taking long posi- itative judgment calls?
The returns of this long-short portfolio are Between Customer Satisfaction regressed on the usual factors, and the intercept represents the abnormal performance of the treatment sample com- and Stock Returns pared with that of the control sample.
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If the release month cannot be estimated, we particular sample period. The reason why FMH report only assume it to be in December so as to not potentially bias results net-long results in their Table 1 is that these results are those by trading on information that has not yet been made public.
Although we do not dispute the abnormal performance, which would bias our results toward fact that the real-time strategy has outperformed its relevant zero.
The intercept For our trading rule, we follow the guiding principle of the market-neutral portfolio is informative about the pre- suggested by FMH: FMH argue that their study none- theless provides some guiding principles for others to broadly abnormal returns.
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