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Examining The Unintended Consequences Of Marketing

Marie-Louise Fry, M. Polonsky
Published 2004 · Economics

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While many firms engage in successful marketing activities with outcomes beneficial for both the firm and its stakeholders, a number of situations occur where these successful outcomes impact in an unanticipated negative fashion on consumers, society and other stakeholders. This article examines the importance of firms evaluating the entire network of exchanges. Such evaluations of the firm and other stakeholders are steps toward ensuring that any unintended consequences of marketing activities are not only considered but are also appropriately addressed.
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