By R. Herb, S. Kudla, R. Lipsman, J. Rosenberg
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Chapter 3 Perceived Quality Through Time Perceived quality has been studied in several disciplines. But, the research on perceived quality is largely isolated across these disciplines. Literature on marketing science, economics and quality management shed light on perceived quality. Attempts to develop metrics similar to perceived quality have been also made in business management. A few angles to the perceived quality are noticed in the literature. 1 Emergence of Perceived Quality Garvin (1984) identified the eight dimensions of quality.