Previous research in the area of distributor performance proposed different scales, mostly in western, developed country context. These studies also lacked the consideration of dynamic interaction between variables, which determine the distributor’s performance. This paper proposes a composite Distributor Performance Index (DPI) to evaluate distributors’ performance based on at the “Enables” and “Results”, taking a system dynamics approach. The model results have been discussed and validated, in business marketing channel. The context of this study is India, an emerging market.
Asia Pacific Journal of Marketing and Logistics – Emerald Publishing
Published: Sep 1, 2004
Keywords: Distributor performance; Performance index; System dynamics; India
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