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The Strategic Role of Supermarket Buyer Intermediaries in New Product Selection: Implications for Systemwide Efficiency

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  • McLaughlin, Edward W.
  • Rao, Vithala R.

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  • McLaughlin, Edward W. & Rao, Vithala R., 1989. "The Strategic Role of Supermarket Buyer Intermediaries in New Product Selection: Implications for Systemwide Efficiency," Working Papers 178753, Cornell University, Department of Applied Economics and Management.
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