Tag: Price Discrimination

Report: You Can Charge Women More, but Should You? | Harvard Business Review

Report: You Can Charge Women More, but Should You? | Harvard Business Review

The New York City Department of Consumer Affairs (NYDCA) recently released a well-researched report documenting similar products having different prices based on the target customer’s gender. Target, for instance, charged $24.99 for a red scooter and $49.99 for a scooter that appeared to be identical — except for its pink color. (Note: that’s a 100% difference!) […]

A Study of Gender Pricing in New York City | New York City Department of Consumer Affairs

A Study of Gender Pricing in New York City | New York City Department of Consumer Affairs

The New York City Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) is responsible for maintaining a fair and vibrant marketplace. To this end, DCA conducted a first-ever study of the gender pricing of goods in New York City across multiple industries. The industries studied for this report include: toys and accessories, children’s clothing, adult clothing, personal care […]

Book: Principles of Pricing – An Analytical Approach

Book: Principles of Pricing – An Analytical Approach

Summary: Pricing drives three of the most important elements of firm success: revenue and profits, customer behavior, and firm image. This book provides an introduction to the basic principles for thinking clearly about pricing. Unlike other marketing books on pricing, the authors use a more analytic approach and relate ideas to the basic principles of […]