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Study of Pricing Methods hearings before the United States Senate Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Subcommittee on S. Res. 241, Eightieth Congress, second session, on Nov. 9-12, 16-19, 29, 30, Dec. 6-8, 1948.

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in Washington .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Price regulation -- United States,
  • Delivered pricing,
  • Price discrimination -- United States,
  • Basing-point system

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Investigates impact on competitive market forces of Supreme Court decisions banning basing point system of delivered pricing and FTC rulings affecting uniform delivered pricing, zone pricing, and freight equalization procedures. Includes FTC documents, Supreme Court decisions, and other material related to geographic pricing practices (p. 375-504).

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FormatMicroform
Paginationx, 1401 p.
Number of Pages1401
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22310460M

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more effective pricing; better still, 25% believe they could improve profitability by 10% or more. • 40% of companies in our research have not moved beyond (eons-old) ‘cost plus’ as their core pricing method. Only 25% employ value-based pricing. • 60% of companies surveyed have created a dedicated pricing team or function, which is a. The multiple case study method employed in this study helped to overcome the knowledge gap of novel pricing concepts by providing clarification of concepts to the interviewees. The interviews were structured which encouraged comparability between the cases. The integrity of. The study compared women’s clothing priced at $35 versus $39 and found that the prices ending in nine outperformed the lower prices by an average of 24%. Sale prices—“Was $60, now only $45!”—were able to beat out the number nine. But when the number nine was included with a slashed sales price, it again outperformed lower price points. For the current study, a pricing strategy is the mean to determine relative. Voss & Seiders’s [] use of unobtrusive data collection methods to study price promotion.