Price discrimination (old syllabus) HL

IB Economics: Price discrimination (old syllabus) HL

This page focuses on the three different types of discrimination. Students will commonly confuse types one with third degree discrimination. The primary difference is that the first form of price discrimination does not consider that customers belong to different market segments where as the third type uses this as the basis for their discrimination. First degree discrimination is most commonly illustrated in an auction...


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