Unobserved heterogeneity in dynamic games: Cannibalization and preemptive entry of hamburger chains in Canada
Authors: Igami, M., Yang, N.
Publication: Quantitative Economics
The ‘biggest loser’ in weight loss groups is more motivational than the average group weight loss, new research from the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University finds.
Assistant Professor Nathan Yang found that the top performer has an encouraging effect, acting as an inspirational target that doesn’t alienate those who fail to reach it.
Read full article: BDaily, August 3, 2016
Authors: Uetake, K., Yang, N.
McGill Institute of Marketing presents: Cannibalization and Preemptive Entry in Heterogeneous Markets
Cannibalization and Preemptive Entry in Heterogeneous Markets presented by Nathan Yang (Yale University, Yale School of Business)