Price discrimination, Business Economics

(Price Discrimination)

A. Indicate the types of price discrimination for the cases below. Based on the above examples, explain the difference among these types of price discrimination.

 

Case A1. Gino Pizza offers a lunch special: 5.59$ for a grilled chicken sandwich, a bottle of soft drink, and a small bag of potato chips. If you buy them individually, their prices are: 4.89$ for chicken sandwich, 1.50$ for soft drink, and 0.99$ for potato chips.

 

Case A2. Guggenheim Museum charges its customers in the following way: adults 18$, seniors (above 65) 15$, and children (under 12) free.

 

Case A3. T-Mobile offers disimilar cell phone service plans targeting at disimilarconsumer groups, such as 39.99$ for 300 min, 49.99$ for 600 min and 59.99$ for 1000 min.

 

Posted Date: 3/22/2013 3:57:03 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Price discrimination, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Price discrimination, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Price discrimination Discussions

Write discussion on Price discrimination
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Analytical Hierarchy Process - Supplier Selection Supplier selection is a multi-criteria decision-making problem that the selection process mainly involves evaluating a number

Part 1 : Show the P/E ratio for each company. Answer the question: Which of these two firms seems to be more of a "growth stock"? Explain the reasons for your choice. Part 2:

Net exports normally decrease with the effect when aggregate output decline. When a concretionary fiscal policy is implemented net exports will go up . When government maintain the

rice donation

Do policies that work in one country always work in another? Less developed countries are similar but diverse in terms of history, institutions, culture and governance and man

Question: Extract of the Speech by Mr Thomas Jordan, Chairman of the Governing Board of the Swiss National Bank, at the Swiss Banking Global Symposium, Zurich, 16 November 2012

Question 1: "Policy can be conducted by rules or discretion.. The increased role of expectations led to some economists arguing that it would be best to force monetary policy


QUESTION Case Study E -HR Strategy: An Electronic (E) Human Resource (HR) Strategy is attainable by small and medium sized business 1. Introduction This article is

What are the factors of evaluating a policy or institution? Factors to consider during evaluating a policy or institution comprise: • Internal and external constraints onto