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30) Clearly, it must be assumed (or veriﬁed if the demand is estimated from actual data) that βA βB > γA γB , which means that price is more sensitive to changes in its own purchased quantity than changes in the quantity purchased of the competing brand. 29). 29) should be estimated as a system. The only problem with such estimations is that most spreadsheet programs cannot estimate a system of equations, therefore, a statistical software package may be needed. However, if a single ﬁrm would like to compute its proﬁt-maximizing price assuming that the prices set by its rivals are ﬁxed at certain levels, it may be sufﬁcient to use a second, simpler estimation method, which is to estimate one equation at a time.
5 which is considered to be a more accurate measure of elasticity. 1, Δx(6) Δq Δx(1) Δq Δx(q) . 5) = x(2) − x(1) = $60 − $35 = $25, = x(7) − x(6) = $105 − $120 = −$15. 1 reveals that the maximum revenue that can be extracted from consumers is $120, which is accomplished by setting the price either to p = $20 and selling q = 6 units, or to p = $15 and selling q = 8 units. Moreover, the price elasticities e(q) and e(q) ˘ are close to −1 around the revenue-maximizing output levels. 4, for continuous demand functions, revenue is always maximized at the output level and 26 Demand and Cost where both elasticities take a value of e(q) = e(q) ˘ = −1.
The ﬁrst is a psychological reason stemming from social pressure either to look like everybody else or to look very different from everyone else. 2: Aggregating predeﬁned continuous demand functions. pends on how many other consumers have access to the same telecommunication channel. This behavior calls for the following deﬁnition. 3 Consumers’ behavior is said to exhibit positive network externalities (or network effects) if consumers’ willingness to pay for the service/product increases when more consumers buy the same or a compatible service/product.
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