Posts Tagged ‘Marketing’

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    Gender Stereotypes: Pink and Blue

    Apr 22, 13 • 674 Views • Economic History, Gender Issues, UncategorizedNo Comments

    By Lilli DeBode, guest blogger and senior at Kent Place School “Pink is for girls, blue is for boys” These are words that many children have uttered at least once. But where does this rule come from exactly? I know that this color mandate has

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    A Star is Born

    Apr 12, 10 • 191 Views • Behavioral Economics, BusinessesNo Comments

    Heinz Ketchup had a cameo but Apple was a star.  I saw The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo yesterday and started to think about product placement. In this excellent film, while Heinz ketchup played a fleeting role during a scrambled eggs breakfast,

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    Mar 31, 07 • 186 Views • Thinking EconomicallyNo Comments

    J. Crew looks so good. Lately, I can’t keep myself away from the store. The spotless displays, bright colors, and european feel draw me in every single time. Between the dresses that are irresistible and the cute prints, J. Crew. has won my heart along