Autori: Tachiciu, L.; Dinu, V.
Editorial: 17th IGWT Symposium, „Facing the Challenges of the Future: Excellence in Business and Commodity Science”, Academy of Economic Studies, Faculty of Commerce, 21st – 25th September, 2010, Bucharest, Romania , 2010.
In the case of services there is no consensus about the way in which quality should be evaluated. The problem appears to be complex, especially for services the market of which is prejudiced by high information asymmetry. This is why business services – especially the knowledge intensive ones – tend to be expensive but of an uncertain value, distorting the market and compromising the competitiveness of their client industries. The authors make a review of existing conceptual models of service quality assessment; discuss the implications of information asymmetry and explore solutions for overcoming the current shortcomings.
Cuvinte cheie: services’ quality, business services, information asymmetry, knowledge intensive business services