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There are a lot of different pricing strategies defined and described. Different companies implement different pricing strategies. But the goal is the same for everyone – to gain maximum profits and to keep one’s business successful.
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Introduction There are a lot of different pricing strategies defined and described. Different companies implement different pricing strategies. But the goal is the same for everyone – to gain maximum profits and to keep one’s business successful. This is there price discrimination could help to solve the problem. Different prices for different segments, in different countries or in different amounts – there are few ways how to implement price discrimination for products and services. The main purpose of this work is to analyze those ways more deeply while looking for various examples concerning price discrimination. The tasks are as follow: To provide the definition of price discrimination by comparing 3 different authors To present 5 examples of price discrimination for products or services To present 5 examples of price discrimination for online products or services Present facts and figures of price discrimination in 5 universities (2 foreign, 3 local) To compare given results After finishing this project it is expected to have deeper understanding on price discrimination, to be able to identify the degree of price discrimination for particular product or service and other types of prices discrimination, to find the main differences and similarities of each ...
... established in 1989 as a subdivision of Vilnius University. As well as ISM University of Management and Economics, VU IBS offer degrees in business, management and economics. Now about 1600 students study in the university.
Another similarity with ISM is that studies here are also payable and tuition fees are the same for Lithuanian, EU and foreign students. Third degree price discrimination is implemented in VU IBS. As well as in ISM students are ranked according to their exam results and grades. The difference is that the best students are only able to get 15%, 10% or 5% discount for tuition fee this is considerably less, than in ISM. On the other hand, tuition fees themselves are smaller. The interesting thing is that VU IBS do not reduce tuition fee for those having already heard some courses of lecturers earlier in some other university. While talking about ISM, tution fees for such students are respectively less.
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