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The Beginning of Marketing Thought in the U.S. (A Century of marketing)

P. Converse

The Beginning of Marketing Thought in the U.S. (A Century of marketing)

by P. Converse

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Published by Ayer Co Pub .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages104
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Open LibraryOL7476860M
ISBN 100405111614
ISBN 109780405111617
OCLC/WorldCa4192444

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Marketing historians such as Eric Shaw and Barton A. Weitz point to the publication of Wroe Alderson's book, Marketing Behavior and Executive Action (), as a break-point in the history of marketing thought, moving from the macro functions-institutions-commodities approach to a micromarketing management paradigm.

Abstract. The history of marketing thought reflects a concept or a set of concepts (usually called approaches, subdisciplines, or schools of thought) that have been discussed over time, usually by many researchers, to describe ideas (e.g., the ‘marketing concept’, the ‘institutional or commodity approach to marketing’, ‘marketing management’ or the ‘marketing systems school of Author: Lisa Dühring.

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