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The economics of price discrimination

by Louis Phlips

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge [Cambridgeshire], New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Price discrimination

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementLouis Phlips.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHF5416.5 .P46 1983
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 284 p. :
    Number of Pages284
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3494669M
    ISBN 10052123994X, 0521283949
    LC Control Number82014625

    Price Discrimination and Competition: 'Spatial Competition and Spatial Price Discrimination', Review of Economic Studies, XLVIII(1), January, () 'Price Discrimination and Equilibrium in Monopolistic Competition', International Journal Price: $ In an economic term, price discrimination is the ratio of price to marginal cost that differs for similar products. The practice of price discrimination is not an isolated event. It occurs in many familiar situations but this practice is often highly controversial in terms of its .

      The Economics of Food and Agricultural Markets is written for applied intermediate microeconomics courses. The book showcases the power of economic principles to explain and predict issues and current events in the food, agricultural, agribusiness, international trade, and natural resource sectors. The field of agricultural economics is relevant, important and interesting. Paul Heidhues, Botond Kőszegi, in Handbook of Behavioral Economics: Applications and Foundations 1, Other motives for discrimination. A few papers study price discrimination when naive consumers are present, but naivete is not the dimension along which firms discriminate. Grubb (a) asks how naivete affects classical preference-based discrimination.

    The Comparison of Monopoly and Competitive Demand for Labour. Front Matter. Pages Third degree price discrimination – the price varies according to consumer attributes such as age, sex, location, and economic status. Price discrimination is present throughout commerce. Examples include airline and travel costs, coupons, premium pricing, gender based pricing, and retail incentives.


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Publication date Topics Price discrimination Publisher Cambridge [Cambridgeshire] ; New York: Cambridge Pages:   The Economics of Price Discrimination Paperback – J by Louis Phlips (Author) › Visit Amazon's Louis Phlips Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author.

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This book offers a theoretical and unified explanati 4/5(1). This book offers a theoretical and unified explanation of how prices are determined in practice. Pricing, as observed in real life, turns out to be almost discriminatory. Four broad areas are covered: the spatial pricing of bulky products (Part I); the intertemporal pricing of storable goods, exhaustible resources, new durables, and nonstorable goods and services (Part II); two-part tariffs 1/5(1).

A collection of 33 journal articles previously published inarranged in sections on first- second- and third-degree price discrimination, price discrimination and product bundling, applications and extensions, and the legal context and : Hardcover.

This second edition of Gary S. Becker’s The Economics of Discrimination has been expanded to include three further discussions of the problem and an entirely new introduction which considers the contributions made by others in recent years and some of the more important problems Becker’s work confronts the The economics of price discrimination book effects of discrimination in the market place because of race.

D Price Discrimination and Competition George Norman (), ‘Spatial Competition and Spatial Price Discrimination’ W.B. MacLeod, G. Norman and J.-F. Thisse (), ‘Price Discrimination and Equilibrium in Monopolistic Competition’ Thomas J. Holmes (), ‘The Effects of Third-Degree Price Discrimination in Oligopoly’   The Economics of Price Discrimination A recent survey by the Annenberg Public Policy Center found that 87 percent of online shoppers are object to price discrimination -.

First, we must mention Phlips' () extensive book, The Economics of Price Discrimination, which contains a broad survey of the area and many intriguing examples. Next, we have found Tirole's () chapter on price discrimination to. both Xand β, which would constitute discrimination.

2 Taste-based discrimination Becker’s book introduced the first economic model of discrimination. In this model, em-ployers hold a ‘taste for discrimination,’ meaning that there is a disamenity value to employing minority workers. Buy The Economics of Price Discrimination By Louis Phlips, in Very Good condition.

Our cheap used books come with free delivery in the UK. ISBN: ISBN practices therefore cannot be viewed as third-degree price discrimination, and economists have gotten into the habit of calling such practices second-degree price discrimination (see Phlips,Tirole, chapter 3, Varian,Mougeot and Naegelen, ).

This term is therefore currently used to. W.B. MacLeod, G. Norman and J.-F. Thisse (), 'Price Discrimination and Equilibrium in Monopolistic Competition' Thomas J. Holmes (), 'The Effects of Third-Degree Price Discrimination in Oligopoly' Helmut Bester and Emmanuel Petrakis (), 'Coupons and Oligopolistic Price Discrimination'Part VI: The Legal Context and Deregulation Buy The Economics of Price Discrimination by Phlips, Louis (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

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Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n library. THE literature on price discrimination is widely scattered over the different fields of economics, and the references to problems of dis- crimination made by various specialists have long remained un.

What are the main conditions necessary for price discrimination to work. Here are the main conditions required for discriminatory pricing: Differences in price elasticity of demand: There must be a different price elasticity of demand for each group of firm is then able to charge a higher price to the group with a more price inelastic demand and a lower price to the group with a.

Price discrimination is a microeconomic pricing strategy where identical or largely similar goods or services are transacted at different prices by the same provider in different markets.

Price discrimination is distinguished from product differentiation by the more substantial difference in production cost for the differently priced products involved in the latter strategy.

Meaning Price discrimination is the microeconomic pricing strategy adopted by the monopolist to offer the same product to different consumers or market at different prices.

Price discrimination is a common phenomenon in the real market. Price discrimination can be divided into three different types or “degrees”: 1. Perfect Price Discrimination. In the case of first-degree price discrimination, otherwise known as “perfect” price discrimination or personalized pricing, the seller knows and charges the maximum possible price every buyer is willing to pay.

This book offers a theoretical and unified explanation of how prices are determined in practice. Pricing, as observed in real life, turns out to be almost discriminatory. Four broad areas are covered: the spatial pricing of bulky products (Part I); the intertemporal pricing of storable goods.Price \(P_1\) is a high price to capture consumers with high willingness to pay, price \(P_2\) is the monopoly price \((P_M)\), and price \(P_3\) is the competitive price.

If a firm can distinguish different consumer groups’ willingness to pay, it can enhance profits through this form of price discrimination.Arthur C. Pigou made a distinction between different levels of price discrimination in his book “The Economics of Welfare”, The first degree or perfect discrimination is given when the monopolist charges each unit with a price that is equal to the consumer’s maximum willingness to pay for that unit.