Is zero the best price? Optimal pricing of mobile applications
Christoph Buck and
No 60, Bayreuth Reports on Information Systems Management from University of Bayreuth, Chair of Information Systems Management
[Introduction ...] This leads us to our major research question: How to optimally set prices of mobile applications depending on their utility-classification? Each of the following chapters sequentially contributes to the answer of this question. Chapter 2 focuses on the managerial relevance of pricing and the specific characteristics of mobile applications. In chapter 3, we develop a model for mobile application pricing and derive advises for profit-maximizing mobile application pricing. The article closes with a discussion and conclusion in chapter 4.
Keywords: Optimal Pricing; Mobile Applications; Apps; Price (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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