Research Seminars

"Performance implications of delayed competitive responses : evidence from the U.S. retail industry"

Speaker: Rudi BRESSER
Free University of Berlin

5 October 2005 - From 16h30 to 18h00

The timing of competitive actions and responses is a key concern of management research and practice because it may have important performance consequences. This study focuses on the timing and consequences of competitive responses. Theory predicts a negative linear rela-tionship between responder performance and response delay that is mirrored in an opposing positive linear relationship between first mover performance and response delay. In contrast, our study suggests that responder performance has a curvilinear relationship with response delay. However, there is a linear relationship between performance and response delay for first movers. We use data from the U.S. retail industry to test our propositions, and we dis-cuss the implications of our findings.

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