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Third-Degree Price Discrimination: Conditions & Examples

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What is third-degree price discrimination?
What three conditions must be met for third-degree price discrimination to be feasible?
Give examples of firms that use third-degree price discrimination.

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Third-degree price discrimination means selling the same product at different prices to different customers.

For third-degree price discrimination to be ...

Solution Summary

This solution defines third-degree price discrimination, lists the conditions that make it possible, and gives examples of types of firms that use it.

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