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Price-setting behaviour for traded goods

F. X. Browne

Price-setting behaviour for traded goods

the Irish case

by F. X. Browne

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Published by Research Dept., Central Bank of Ireland in Dublin, Ireland .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Ireland
    • Subjects:
    • Prices -- Ireland -- Mathematical models.,
    • Pricing -- Ireland -- Mathematical models.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Francis X. Browne.
      SeriesTechnical paper / Central Bank of Ireland ;, 7/RT/80, Technical paper (Central Bank of Ireland) ;, 80/RT/7.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHB235.I73 B76 1980
      The Physical Object
      Pagination21, [3], 4 p. :
      Number of Pages21
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2791404M
      LC Control Number83219181

      Giovannini, A. (), ‘Exchange rates and traded goods prices’, Journal of International Economics, Vol. 24, 45– CrossRef Google Scholar Grilli, Vittorio, and Graciela Kaminsky, ‘Nominal Exchange Rate Regimes and the Real Exchange Rate: Evidence from the United States and Great Britain, –’, Journal of Monetary Economics Cited by: 1. Administered prices Last updated Ma Administered prices are prices of goods set by the internal pricing structures of firms that take into account cost rather than through the market forces of supply and demand and predicted by classical were first described by institutional economists Gardiner Means and Adolf A. Berle in their book The Modern .

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      Market liberalisation may give them greater freedom in price setting, but substantial price increases have to be ‘marketed’ to both government and the wider public. The laws of supply and demand Price theory holds that ceteris paribus (i.e. all other things being equal), as prices increase so demand falls and supplies increase. Financial asset managers have been out-price-cutting one another in exchange-traded funds in a bid to gain market share. Major U.S. telecommunications carriers .


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