Poland is the leading economy in eastern Europe as measured by its rapid economic growth, inward direct investment and pace of market changes since 1989, when it first moved towards a free market economy. An advertising industry has been one by‐product of this process, an important institution in the creation of a market orientation. Examines one related aspect of the change: the degree of adaptation of advertising by Polish marketers as measured by the advertising process. The central research question is whether or not an economy’s stage of market orientation has any impact on its advertising management.
International Marketing Review – Emerald Publishing
Published: Aug 1, 1996
Keywords: Advertising; Marketing decision making; Marketing manager; Market orientation; Poland
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