Dynamic Price Discrimination And Quality Provision Based On Purchase History

Provided by: Munich Personal Repec Archive
Topic: Software
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This paper develops a general two-period model of product line pricing with customer recognition. Specifically, the authors consider a monopolist who can sell vertically differentiated products over two periods to heterogeneous consumers. Each consumer demands one unit of the product in each period. In the second period, the monopolist can condition the price-quality offers on the observed purchasing behavior in the first period. In this setup, the monopolist can price discriminate consumers not only by quality, but also by purchase history.

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