Analysis for financial management by Robert Higgins

By Robert Higgins

Research for monetary administration, 9/e is a paperback textual content and has been written to give commonplace innovations and sleek advancements in a realistic and intuitive demeanour. it really is meant for non-financial managers and enterprise scholars attracted to the perform of monetary administration. Emphasis is at the managerial functions of economic research.

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Analysis for financial management

Research for monetary administration, 9/e is a paperback textual content and has been written to give typical suggestions and sleek advancements in a realistic and intuitive demeanour. it's meant for non-financial managers and company scholars attracted to the perform of monetary administration. Emphasis is at the managerial purposes of monetary research.

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While conventional service literature informs us that services are intangible, heterogeneous, inseparable and perishable (IHIP), it isn’t too clear how such specificities affect pricing. Mere descriptions of service characteristics would not be useful therefore, unless they are translated into 14 Introduction some meaningful insights that assist firms in the pricing decision. Hence, I aim to provide some attempt at this by presenting three key areas where the characteristics would have an impact on the pricing decision.

1 Changing expectations after consumption. Higher expected net value – greater sense of ‘value for money’ Outlays (Price) 26 The buyer as an individual The higher the ENV, the higher the probability of the buyer buying the service, because the buyer expects that purchasing the service will make him or her better off than if he or she doesn’t buy it. In other words, the higher the ENV, the higher the ‘value for money’. e. benefit) the focus of discussion? Net value is important because of the role of competition; competition changes a buyer’s expectation of net value.

1 Some buyers show themselves to be brand loyal where they will choose the same product over and over again, whilst others prefer to be variety seeking where they avoid buying the same product again. Clearly, a buyer’s choice is not merely determined by price. However this does not mean that the study of pricing in choice behaviour is a fruitless endeavour. This gap is commonly known as consumer surplus and the rational buyer behaves in such a way that will maximise his or her surplus. e. the surplus is zero or negative, it is certain that they will not buy.

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