Tag Archives: Pricing
Today’s question prompted by Melanie Pinola at Lifehacker, answering the question of a reader who’s newly going freelance: I’ve decided to strike out on my own as a freelancer. I already have some people interested in my work, but I’m … Continue reading
To the Thames Festival, where the Hotelling model of competition is at risk of being disproved. The festival is a weekend event along the south bank of the Thames – populated with stalls selling crafts, food and drink and this … Continue reading
From @mycherrytattoo on twitter, comes the following question: The full question is here, and reads: I’ve bееn аѕkеd tο design a tattoo fοr a friend οf one οf mу teachers, аѕ I аm nοt actualy tattooing thіѕ person, i’d lіkе … Continue reading
Ever wanted to have Gary Becker advise you on the costs and benefits of committing embezzlement? Or Steve Levitt recommend whether you should walk or drive home after a bottle of wine? Now you can. A new business, Expert Insight, … Continue reading
From Failblog, via Marginal Revolution – an amazing new pricing strategy.
Local merchants in the Northbrae neighbourhood of Berkeley, California (h/t Marginal Revolution) are fighting against an evil competitor who wants to sell the same products at lower prices. Apparently, there was previously a tacit agreement that each store would keep … Continue reading
This exciting opportunity for arbitrage emerged today at Tesco. I cleverly took advantage of the second offer, which is half the price of the first. I made an immediate profit of £1 at the expense of Tesco. Take that, corporate … Continue reading
Many businesses think it’s OK to increase their prices with inflation every year. It seems fair enough to the owners – if my costs have probably gone up, and my customers are paying a few percent more for everything else, … Continue reading
Our research at Inon has enumerated 31 different pricing models over the years. Is this the 32nd? From twitpic, spotted by @davidanderson3.