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Hermes Birkin Bag Essay

… Hermes Birkin Bag Diffusion of Innovations

Hermes Birkin Bag

Diffusion of Innovations

The Hermes Birkin bag, named after the British film actress Jane Birkin when she worked with the CEO of Hermes to design the "perfect hand bag," was introduced in 1984 (The History Behind The Birkin Bag, 2011, The Brand International). With prices starting at $6,000 and ranging up to six figures, the Birkin is the ultimate badge of wealth and privilege. These custom-made, highly-coveted status symbols are worn on the arms of A-list celebrities such as Lady Gaga (Lady Gaga destroys another Hermes Birkin bag, 2010, Shine) and Victoria Beckham (Bag lady: Victoria Beckham's 100-strong Birkin bag collection that's worth £1.5m., 2009, Daily Mail). The Birkin is all the more exclusive because of…. [read more]


Hermes Birkin Bags the Cost Essay

… Hermes Birkin Bags

The cost of the average handbag traditionally runs from $20-$100. However, patrons of the exclusive fashion designer Hermes are always in search of the 'next new thing' to delight their eyes and impress their friends. The Birkin Bag proved to be just such an item. Hermes is a brand that has long cultivated an image of exclusivity and the Birkin became one of its flagship products.

"Hermes bags stand alone, prominently on a pedestal of definitive grace and grandeur. Hermes bags are the most coveted creme de la creme handbags, handbags that boast waiting lists of ten years. Hermes is the designer behind the much sought after Birkin bag, a bag that celebrities simply itch to possess; and the price of this…. [read more]


People Buy Counterfeit Goods the Dilemma Research Paper

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The Dilemma of Counterfeit Goods

Counterfeit goods production and sale has in recent times grown to become a multibillion dollar concern. Indeed, as McIntyre points out, it has been claimed by several economists that the sale of counterfeit products accounts for approximately eight percent of the GDP of China. According to the author, most of these counterfeit products end up in America. It is however important to note that the problem of counterfeit goods has also been an issue in many other parts of the world. Recently, police in France dismantled an international counterfeiting ring that was raking in huge sums of money from the sale of counterfeit versions of Birkin bags (Huffington Post). Based on the findings of…. [read more]


Demand Macroeconomics 'It's an Ill Wind Research Proposal

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macroeconomics 'It's an ill wind that blows no one good' -- sustained or increased demand during an economic downturn. Who is unaffected by or benefits from an economic recession?

'It's an ill wind that blows no one good' -- sustained or increased demand during an economic downturn. Who is unaffected by or benefits from an economic recession?

According to the standard, textbook economic definition of a recession, overall macroeconomic demand will decrease as individuals lose jobs. Inventories will grow as a result and production will decline in response. Eventually, prices go down as firms engage in bidding wars, and consumers begin to buy again (Haltiwanger et al. 1991, p.89). However, as the current recession demonstrates, the effects of a contraction upon specific niche demographics…. [read more]

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