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The degree of distortions under second-degree price discrimination

Economics Letters. December 1, 2015

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137, pp.208-213

Abstract

Under second-degree price discrimination, both types of consumers get efficient quantities when the net-of-cost valuation functions intersect at least once at some positive quantity and the point of intersection lies between the two peaks. Distortions can be upward or downward.

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