Price discrimination

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  • The rapid erosion of privacy poses numerous puzzles. Why is it occurring, and why do people care about it? This paper proposes an explanation for many of these puzzles in terms of the increasing importance of price discrimination. Privacy appears to be declining largely in order to facilitate di®erential pricing, which o®ers greater social and economic gains than auctions or shopping agents.

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  • Chapter 14 - Monopoly and monopolistic competition. After reading this chapter, you should be able to: Summarize how and why the decisions facing a monopolist differ from the collective decisions of competing firms; determine a monopolist's price, output, and profit graphically and numerically; show graphically the welfare loss from monopoly; explain why there would be no monopoly without barriers to entry.

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  • Chapter 14 - Advanced pricing techniques. In this chapter we have looked at a lot of special situations for which pricing decisions are more complicated than for the simple firm that we studied in the first four parts of this text. We showed you why uniform pricing does not maximize the total revenue a pricesetting firm can collect from consumers.

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  • Lecture Retailing management (6/e): Chapter 15 - Pricing. This chapter presents the following content: Why is pricing important? Considerations in setting retail prices, price setting approach used by retailers, types of price discrimination, how can retailers reduce price competition?...

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  • Chapter 12 - Product pricing with monopoly power. In this chapter students will be able to: Explain price discrimination, the various degrees of price discrimination, and how price discrimination can increase a firm’s profit; spell out the three necessary conditions for a firm to be able to engage in price discrimination; explain the mathematics behind price discrimination.

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  • Phân biệt giá cả và bán phá giá Các công ty hoạt động trong các thị trường không phải thị trường cạnh tranh hoàn hảo có thể tăng mức lợi nhuận bằng việc phân biệt giá cả (price discrimination), một thực tế trong đó mức giá cao hơn được tính với những khách hàng có cầu không co giãn nhất với sản phẩm.

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  • The most unfair criticism of business folks is that they are just “marketers,” somewhat of a negative label in the tech sector. I think marketing gets a bad rap. In MBA terms, there are four Ps that define marketing: product, price, placement, and promotion. Defining the product and price is a creative process. The goal is to develop a product idea—sold for a profit—that matches the needs of the targeted customer. Research, analysis, and creative work are necessary in order to succeed.

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  • The actual discrimination in the market place against a minority group depends on the combined discrimination of employers, workers, consum- ers, schools, and governments. The analysis shows that sometimes the environment greatly softens, while at other times it magnifies, the impact of a given amount of prejudice. For example, the discrepancy in wages be- tween equally productive blacks and whites, or women and men, would be much smaller than the degree of prejudice against blacks and women when many companies can efficiently specialize in employing mainly blacks or women....

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  • although state solar programs report limited marketing initiatives of their own, this per- spective reflects a narrow definition of marketing – one that primarily focuses on communi- cations-centered initiatives, such as website strategies, public relations activities, and educa- tion of stakeholders. these marketing resources are important.

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  • The vast majority of U.S. residential consumers face a monopoly or duopoly in broadband Internet access. Until now, the Internet has been characterized by a regime of “net neutrality,” which means there has been no discrimination between the price of transmitting packets based on the identity of either the transmitter or the identity of the receiver, based on the application, or the type of content the packet contains.

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  • The learning objectives for this chapter include: Identify anticompetitive behavior under the Clayton Act, discuss FTC and DOJ roles for proposed mergers, describe the three types of price discrimination, explain the antitrust exemptions.

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  • Chapter 8 - Pure monopoly. This chapter is divided into six basic sections: the characteristics of pure monopoly, the barriers to entry that create and protect monopolies, price and output determination under monopoly, the economic effects of monopoly, price discrimination under monopoly, and the regulation of monopolies.

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  • Lecture Microeconomics (5th edition): Chapter 12 - Capturing surplus. This chapter presents the following content: introduction - airline tickets; price discrimination: first degree, second degree, third degree; tie-in sales.

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  • The relationship between supply and demand for human bodily material is, moreover, a complex one. 'Demand' for material is inherently elastic: as scientific developments make more treatments possible, the demand for that treatment is likely to increase, and the development of alternatives may lead to more people overall being treated, rather than necessarily reducing demand.

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  • Chapter 24 - Monopolistic competition. The following will be discussed in this chapter: The monopolistic competitor in the short and long runs, product differentiation, the characteristics of monopolistic competition, price discrimination.

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  • Chapter 50 - The clayton act, the robinson-patman act, and antitrust exemptions and Immunities. The learning objectives for this chapter include: Identify anticompetitive behavior under the Clayton Act, discuss FTC and DOJ roles for proposed mergers, describe the three types of price discrimination, explain the antitrust exemptions.

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  • In the Burdett and Judd (1983) model retailers are selling only one good and thus setting only one price. As a result, while lowering it to attract the shoppers they also lose sure pro t they earn from the captives. In contrast, if retailers are selling two complements, they can keep the sum of the two prices constant at the joint reservation value of the two goods (thus ensuring that the pro t earned from the captives is unchanged) and lower one of the prices, engaging aggressively in a price competition for the shoppers. Joint discrimination is impossible if the two goods are substitutes.

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