Price Discrimination using Linear and Nonlinear Pricing Simultaneously
University of Louisville - College of Business - Department of Economics
Swedish School of Economics and Business Administration
Price discrimination practiced by using linear and nonlinear pricing simultaneously raises the average price for heterogenous consumers paying linear price but lowers for homogeneous group who pay nonlinear price. Discrimination lowers consumer surplus for both groups but increases total surplus.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 8
Keywords: Price discrimination, non-linear pricing
JEL Classification: D4, L11working papers series
Date posted: June 17, 2006
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