Working Papers

Behavioral Explanations for Asymmetric Price Competition

Makoto Abe

Jan 1, 1998

Examines three behavioral explanations for the well-known phenomenon of asymmetric price competition; finds that this pattern arises mainly from the loss aversion effect (i.e., that the same price cut is perceived to be more favorable for high quality than low quality brands).

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