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Second Degree Price Discrimination

Is when a firm decides to charge a different price for different quantities, such as quantity discounts for bulk purchases. For example a retailer that purchases a large quantity of goods from a supplier will often receive a large discount for buying in bulk to encourage the retailer to purchase more.


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