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Peer Review Status: Refereed
Title: The Drivers of Consumer Value in the ECR Category Management Model
Author(s): Holweg, Christina
Schnedlitz, Peter
Teller, Christoph
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Keywords: Efficient Consumer Response
Category Management
Consumer Value
consumer purchase panel
retail stores
Retail trade Management.
Consumption (Economics)
Issue Date: Jul-2009
Date Deposited: 5-Nov-2009
Citation: Holweg C, Schnedlitz P & Teller C (2009) The Drivers of Consumer Value in the ECR Category Management Model. International Review of Retail, Distribution and Consumer Research, 19 (3), pp. 199-218.
Abstract: This paper critically evaluates the proposed structure and contents of a frequently discussed Category Management (CM) model in the Efficient Consumer Response (ECR) context. Based on this we present an extensive empirical study where the data from a survey of 202 household representatives are merged with their actual purchasing data taken from a consumer purchase panel (430,000 purchase observations). The results from an exploratory factor analysis and subsequent multiple regression analyses show that the investigated CM model needs to be amended by personnel and point-of-sale aspects as they affect Consumer Value significantly. The investigated differences between the drivers of Consumers’ Value call for including both survey and consumer purchase data and consequently incorporating attitudinal and behavioural aspects into Category Management.
DOI Link: 10.1080/09593960903233640
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