This note, which is introductory in nature, provides a system for some of the most common examples of price discrimination. For each case, which is discussed in the note characterizes the respective market segments, the product alternative “versions” of the company and the differences in economy from one version to another.

This note, which is introductory in nature, provides a system for some of the most common examples of price discrimination. For each case, which is discussed in the note characterizes the respective market segments, the product alternative “versions” of the company and the differences in economy from one version to another.
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Release Date: 10 December 1990. Prod #: 191105-PDF-ENG
Price discrimination HBR case solution