Value of the Company and Marketing Metrics

André Luiz Ramos, Otávio Bandeira De Lamônica Freire, Marcelo Moll Brandão


Thinking marketing strategies from a resource-based perspective (Barney, 1991), proposing assets as either tangible, organizational and human, and from Constantin and Luch’s vision (1994), where strategic resources can be tanbigle or intangible, internal or external to the firm, raises a research approach on Marketing and Finance. According to Srivastava, Shervani and Fahey (1998) there are 3 market assets types, which generate firm value. Firm value can be measured by discounted cashflow, compromising marketing activities with value generation forcasts (Anderson, 1982; Day, Fahey, 1988; Doyle, 2000; Rust et al., 2004a). The economic value of marketing strategies and marketing metrics are calling strategy researchers’ and marketing managers’ attention, making clear the need for building a bridge able to articulate marketing and finance form a strategic perspective. This article proposes an analytical framework based on different scientific approaches envolving risk and return promoted by marketing strategies and points out advances concerning both methodological approaches and marketing strategies and its impact on firm metrics and value, usgin Srinivasan and Hanssens (2009) as a start point.


Metrics Marketing; Marketing strategies; Finance and Marketing; Marketing and Enterprise Value



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