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نتایج جستجو برای Customer disvalue

تعداد نتایج: 24935  

In this paper we present the structure of “customer disvalue” phenomenon as the complementary concept for customer value. Authors, who are proponents of humanized marketing, rely on the lived-experience of customers as the primary source of data in order to grasp a first-hand understanding of the phenomenon that has been profoundly shadowed by objectivism of economics. The research is based on ...

2013
Giles W. Story, Ivaylo Vlaev, Ben Seymour, Joel S. Winston, Ara Darzi, Raymond J. Dolan,

Standard theories of decision-making involving delayed outcomes predict that people should defer a punishment, whilst advancing a reward. In some cases, such as pain, people seem to prefer to expedite punishment, implying that its anticipation carries a cost, often conceptualized as 'dread'. Despite empirical support for the existence of dread, whether and how it depends on prospective delay is...

Journal: :Bioethics 2016
David DeGrazia,

Implicit in our everyday attitudes and practices is the assumption that death ordinarily harms a person who dies. A far more contested matter is whether death harms sentient individuals who are not persons, a category that includes many animals and some human beings. On the basis of the deprivation account of the harm of death, I argue that death harms sentient nonpersons (whenever their lives ...

2013
Hilary Greaves,

Much public policy analysis requires us to place a monetary value on the badness of a premature human death. Currently dominant approaches to determining this ‘value of a life’ focus exclusively on the ‘self-regarding’ value of life — that is, the value of a person’s life to the person whose death is in question — and altogether ignore effects on other people. This procedure would be justified ...

2018
Carl Tollef Solberg, Ole Frithjof Norheim, Mathias Barra,

In the Global Burden of Disease study, disease burden is measured as disability-adjusted life years (DALYs). The paramount assumption of the DALY is that it makes sense to aggregate years lived with disability (YLDs) and years of life lost (YLLs). However, this is not smooth sailing. Whereas morbidity (YLD) is something that happens to an individual, loss of life itself (YLL) occurs when that i...

1999
Pawan Goyal, Albert Greenberg, Partho Mishra,

As IP technologies providing both tremendous capacity and the ability to establish dynamic secure associations between endpoints emerge, Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) are going through dramatic growth. The number of endpoints per VPN is growing and the communication pattern between endpoints is becoming increasingly hard to forecast. Consequently , users are demanding dependable, dynamic con-...

2015
Oscar Horta,

This paper examines the problem of evil in nature, that is, the issue of the disvalue present in nature, and the question of whether or not it prevails over happiness. The paper claims that disvalue actually outweighs happiness in nature. This is an unavoidable consequence of the existence of an evolutionary process in a context where resources are scarce. Because of this, suffering and early d...

D. Fiaklou, E. Brako Ntiamoah, M. Kwamega, P. Oforiwaa Egyiri,

In any business to customer (B2C) or business to business (B2B) type of environment, a customer is the ultimate goal and objective. More often than not, it can be quite an issue. This perhaps due to the fact that organizations sometimes do not really understand of what actually goes on in a customer’s mind. As such, this predicament has provided as a challenge task to most business conglomerate...

Farnoush Firouzi, Monireh Hosseini,

In information technology era, databases are known asone of the most valuable resources for organizations, especially usedin database marketing. Customer Equity is a key concept in DatabaseMarketing which integrates customer acquisition, retention and development.From the perspective of customer equity, customers are theprimary source of both current and future cash-flows. Customer equitymodels...

2012
Shaolei Ren, Mihaela van der Schaar,

Customer-to-customer (C2C) markets, such as eBay, provide a platform allowing customers to engage in business with each other. The success of a C2C market requires an appropriate pricing (i.e., transaction fee charged by the market owner) scheme that can maximize the market owner’s revenue while encouraging customers to participate in the market. However, the choice of an optimal revenue-maximi...