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Most-Favored-Customer Pricing and Tacit Collusion
This article examines the role of the most-favored-customer pricing policy as a practice facilitating coordination in a dynamic model of price-setting duopoly. This policy is a promise by a firm thatExpand
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Asymmetric Competition on Commuter Routes: The Case of Gasoline Pricing
The intensity of competition among firms depends on commuting patterns, as has been noted, because commuters can reach any store located on their route to work without incurring any incrementalExpand
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The most-favored-nation pricing policy and negotiated prices
Previous work has viewed the most-favored-nation (MFN) contract as a practice capable of facilitating collusion among sellers, but this paper shows that even a monopoly seller may gain by includingExpand
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The Effect of a Modified Moore Method on Attitudes and Beliefs in Precalculus
As part of a study on the effects of teaching with a Modified Moore Method (MMM), a survey containing 20 items from Schoenfeld's (1989) investigation of attitudes and beliefs about mathematics wasExpand
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The Impact of a Modified Moore Method on Efficacy and Performance in Precalculus
Abstract In this study, one section of undergraduate Precalculus was taught using a modified Moore method, a student centered inquiry-based approach, and two control sections were taught in aExpand
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Indirect Competition with Spatial Product Differentiation
Although two markets may appear to be separate, sometimes one firm participates in both of them. That firm provides a link between the two markets. Such a straddling firm transmits indirectExpand
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Moore Method in PreCalculus: An Interim Report
Building Dynamic Fraction Bar Models with GeoGebra
In this article, the author demonstrates how GeoGebra can be used to build fraction bar models for conceptualizing equivalent fractions as well as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and divisionExpand