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Firms that make game systems like Playstation and Nintendo typically charge a price close to average cost on the game system itself, and do not change that price even when the systems are scarce or demand increases. Why might this be a profit-maximizing strategy?

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Firms that make game systems like Playstation and Nintendo typically charge a price close to average cost on the game system itself, and do not change that price even when the systems are scarce or demand increases. Why might this be a profit-maximizing strategy?

 

Paper#15647 | Written in 18-Jul-2015

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