A Model of the Feedback Effect of Brand-Extensions on Parent-Brands
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This paper is an outcome of the suggestion made by Keller and Sood (2003) that there is a need for a model that collates the existing research on brand-extension feedback effects. The research is generally underdeveloped, being the most recent phase in brand extension understanding. The literature lack a consensus as to key influences on feedback effects and some of the factors, such as familiarity, have been ambiguous in empirical studies. A model is developed and tested with a medium sized student sample. The results extend previous understanding the feedback effect on the parent brand.
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