Marketing New Industrial Products by Michael J. Baker (auth.)

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3 Product Life Cycles and Diffusion Theory 27 Theoretically, once an exponential process has been initiated it will continue to infinity. In reality, however, the process is subject to limiting conditions which invariably result in the existence of an upper boundary, or at least to the presumption that such a boundary exists. A well-documented field is that of biological growth and a simple example drawn from this area will help to clarify these points. Assume that we possess a simple organism that reproduces itself by cell division then, ceteris paribus, we may anticipate that the rate of increase of the population will follow the series I, 2, 4, 8, I6, 32, 64 ...

Although there is no means of demonstrating the existence of non-physical events, physicists first admitted limits to the causality principle circa 1 92 5 in accepting the 'uncertainty principle'. Although, as Rapoport notes, 'There is no discernible connection between the Uncertainty Principle and what is thought to underline freewill .. ' (op. cit. p. 88) the antideterminists seized on this as an admission of their point of view. Since that time the determinist approach has not enjoyed its former favour but I cannot agree with Bell that it has 'few serious adherents'.

We can be concerned with neither of these possibilities here for suitable remedies are already available. (See Hamburg and Atkins, 82 NI CB, ss Pessemier. 84) Here we are concerned primarily with the hypothesis that there is an intervening variable, which has been hitherto excluded from conventional demand analyses, as prescribed by the normative theory, which has a modifying effect upon the concepts of rationality and economic advantage which are the foundation on which such analysis usually rests.

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