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Customer Switching Behavior In Service Industries: An Exploratory Study

Susan M. Keaveney
Published 1995 · Business

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Customer switching behavior damages market share and profitability of service firms yet has remained virtually unexplored in the marketing literature. The author reports results of a critical incid...
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