Price discrimination based on purchase behavior and service cost in competitive channels

  title={Price discrimination based on purchase behavior and service cost in competitive channels},
  author={Man Xu and Wansheng Tang and Chi Zhou},
  journal={Soft Computing},
With the recent emergence of cloud computing and big data technologies, collection of consumers’ information is widespread. Retailers use consumers’ purchase history and consumptive habits data to price discriminate between current and new, high-cost and low-cost consumers. We investigate behavior-based pricing (BBP) and consumers cost-based pricing (CCP) simultaneously in a competitive two-period market in which bricks and clicks retailers sell products to high-cost-type and low-cost-type… Expand
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