Essays on Multi-product Pricing

Marcel Goic
<span title="2018-06-28">2018</span>
Managers often make price decisions for several products simultaneously. By doing so, decision makers can control for substitution effects or take advantage of potential synergies between products. My dissertation consists of three essays that investigate novel aspects of this multi-product pricing approach.
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