Price-formats as Sources of Price Dispersion: A Study of Online and Offline Prices in the Domestic US Airline Markets

@inproceedings{Chellappa2005PriceformatsAS,
  title={Price-formats as Sources of Price Dispersion: A Study of Online and Offline Prices in the Domestic US Airline Markets},
  author={Ramnath K. Chellappa and Raymond G. Sin and Shree Vishnu Siddarth},
  year={2005}
}
Research in economics, information systems and marketing has sought to understand sources of price dispersion in both offline and online markets. Our research posits that extant empirical work on price dispersion has largely focused on studying the problem from a consumer perspective, i.e., their ability to search and compare, with additional explanations such as brands and shipping costs. We argue that while these consumer characteristics do play a role, pricerelated strategies such as price… CONTINUE READING

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