CHAPTER 9: Price Discrimination
This chapter considers nonlinear pricing and price discrimination.Price Discrimination: Nonuniform pricing in which a firm
1.charges different categories of consumers different unit(uniform) prices for the identical good, or2.charges each consumer a nonuniform price on different units of the goodPrice difference due to different cost is not price discrimination.
Which differences in price is due to price discrimination?
Price of gasoline in Onalaska
Price of gasoline near downtown La Crosse
Price of gasoline in La Crescent
Price of gasoline in Minneapolis2. Is a quantity discount for large purchases price discrimination?