Customer equity

March 2008
Marketing Management;Mar/Apr2008, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p5
An excerpt from the article "Customer Equity: An Integral Part of Financial Reporting," by Thorsten Wiesel, Bernd Skiera and Julian Villanueva in the March 2008 issue of "Journal of Marketing" is presented.


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