dynamic pricing

dynamic pricing

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

Игры ⚽ Нужно сделать НИР?

Look at other dictionaries:

  • dynamic pricing — /daɪˌnæmɪk praɪsɪŋ/ noun pricing that changes when the demand for something increases or decreases …   Marketing dictionary in english

  • Pricing strategies — for products or services include the following: Contents 1 Competition based pricing 2 Cost plus pricing 3 Creaming or skimming 4 Limit pricin …   Wikipedia

  • dynamic commerce — n. The selling of goods and service via negotiated pricing, particularly via online auctions. (Also known as dynamic pricing and, inevitably, dcommerce or d commerce.) Example Citation: Andy Zoldan, vice president of Internet applications at… …   New words

  • Dynamic packaging — is a method that is becoming increasingly used in package holiday bookings that enables consumers to build their own package of flights, accommodation, and a hire car instead of a pre defined package.[1] Dynamic packages differ from traditional… …   Wikipedia

  • Time-based pricing — refers to a type offer or contract by a provider of a service or supplier of a commodity, in which the price depends on the time when the service is provided or the commodity is delivered. The rational background of time based pricing is expected …   Wikipedia

  • Variable pricing — Most firms use a fixed price policy. That is, they examine the situation, determine an appropriate price, and leave the price fixed at that amount until the situation changes, at which point they go through the process again. The alternative has… …   Wikipedia

  • Electricity pricing — (sometimes referred to as electricity tariff or the price of electricity) varies widely from country to country, and may vary signicantly from locality to locality within a particular country. There are many reasons that account for these… …   Wikipedia

  • Rational pricing — is the assumption in financial economics that asset prices (and hence asset pricing models) will reflect the arbitrage free price of the asset as any deviation from this price will be arbitraged away . This assumption is useful in pricing fixed… …   Wikipedia

  • Average cost pricing — is one of the ways government regulate a monopoly market. Monopolists tend to produce less than the optimal quantity pushing the prices up. Government may use average cost pricing as a tool to regulate prices monopolists may charge.Average cost… …   Wikipedia

  • personalized pricing — (PUR.sun.uh.lyzd PRY.sing) n. Offering different retail prices to different customers for the same product. Example Citation: Is the day when Internet retailers change their prices based on how badly you want something just around the corner? A… …   New words

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”