Questions tagged [price-discrimination]

Situations in which different consumers pay different prices (or, more precisely, different price-cost margins).

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Price discrimination

If I have 3 consumers who I want to sell package 1, 2 and 3 to respectively. Meaning consumer 1 I would like to sell package 1 to, consumer 2 I would like to sell package 2 to and so on. The packages ...
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How to compute Social Welfare in this model?

The first part of this scientific article analyzes reward-based crowdfunding. The assumptions are: Seller is a monopolist Unit mass of consumers Unit demand Two periods Individuals are identified by $...
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Menu-pricing with three consumer groups

I want to analyze the following setting: An entrepreneur (with monopoly power) sells a product in two periods. In period 1 there are two consumer groups (denoted by 1 and 2) and in period 2 there is ...
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Fuel trading a market with near-perfect competition

Can I classify the fuel trading market (wholesalers buying and selling fuel by phone) as a market with near-perfect competition? It is a market with many sellers and buyers, the product is ...
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Imperfect Price Discrimination profit per group

During imperfect price discrimination is it possible to determine profit per group. For example: Aggregated Cost function: C(Q) = 18*Q + 5; where Q = q1 + q2 Aggregated Demand (AD) for group 1: q1(...