Tag: Pricing Policies

Trump Promises Lower Drug Prices, but Drops Populist Solutions | The New York Times

Trump Promises Lower Drug Prices, but Drops Populist Solutions | The New York Times

WASHINGTON — President Trump vowed on Friday to “bring soaring drug prices back down to earth” by promoting competition among pharmaceutical companies, and he suggested that the government could require drugmakers to disclose prices in their ubiquitous television advertising. But he dropped the popular and populist proposals of his presidential campaign, opting not to have […]

Dynamic pricing: An efficient solution for true demand response enabling | Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy

Dynamic pricing: An efficient solution for true demand response enabling | Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy

ABSTRACT A dynamic pricing scheme, also known as real-time pricing (RTP), can be more efficient and technically beneficial than the other price-based schemes (such as flat-rate or time-of-use pricing) for enabling demand response (DR) actions. Over the past few years, the advantages of RTP-based schemes have been extensively discussed for DR purposes in electricity markets; […]

Blog: Lessons from a Price War | Strategic Pricing Solutions

Blog: Lessons from a Price War | Strategic Pricing Solutions

I often find myself in discussions with clients or potential clients about whether lowering prices to take market share is a good pricing strategy.  To illustrate the effects of trying to win with lower prices, I look back at this story, sent to me by a former service station manager in Texas. “In 2010, my […]