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Pricing And Equilibrium
Pricing Convertible Bonds
Convertible bonds, Convertible preferred stocks, Option (Contract), HG4651 .C6946 1998, 332.63/23
Pricing For Results
Pricing Without Fear
Barbara Wright Sykes
Publisher: Collins Publications
Pricing For Results
Publisher: Heinemann Professional
Energy Pricing Models
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Modern Option Pricing
Publisher: Lap Lambert Academic Publishing
Pricing Credit Products
Phillips, Robert L.
Publisher: Stanford Business Books
Pricing with Confidence 10 Ways to Stop Leaving Money on the Table
Reed Holden, Mark Burton
The Pricing Puzzle
General, General, Consumer Behavior, Management, Business & Economics -> Business -> Business Studies, Business & Economics -> Marketing -> Sales, Business & Economics -> Marketing -> Consumer Behavior, Business & Economics -> Management -> Principles of Management, SCQ42000, SC524000, SC513060, SC515010, 3120, 5069, 7544, 3248, SUCO41169, 3247
Jan Y. Yang
Publisher: Springer Nature
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Mastering Services Pricing
Pricing Carbon Emissions
Global Carbon Pricing
Environmental Economics, Business & Economics -> Economics -> Environmental/Natural Resources
Robert Gottlieb; Simon Ng
Publisher: Random House Publishing Services
Why the traditional “pledge and review” climate agreements have failed, and how carbon pricing, based on trust and reciprocity, could succeed. After twenty-five years of failure, climate negotiations continue to use a “pledge and review” approach: countries pledge (almost anything), subject to (unenforced) review. This approach ignores everything we know about human cooperation. In this book, leading economists describe an alternate model for climate agreements, drawing on the work of the late Nobel laureate Elinor Ostrom and others. They show that a “common commitment” scheme is more effective than an “individual commitment” scheme; the latter depends on altruism while the former involves reciprocity (“we will if you will”). The contributors propose that global carbon pricing is the best candidate for a reciprocal common commitment in climate negotiations. Each country would commit to placing charges on carbon emissions sufficient to match an agreed global price formula. The contributors show that carbon pricing would facilitate negotiations and enforcement, improve efficiency and flexibility, and make other climate policies more effective. Additionally, they analyze the failings of the 2015 Paris climate conference. Contributors Richard N. Cooper, Peter Cramton, Ottmar Edenhofer, Christian Gollier, Éloi Laurent, David JC MacKay, William Nordhaus, Axel Ockenfels, Joseph E. Stiglitz, Steven Stoft, Jean Tirole, Martin L. Weitzman
Transfer Pricing Handbook
International business enterprises--Taxation--Law and legislation, International business enterprises--Taxation--Law and legislation--United States, Transfer pricing--Taxation--Law and legislation, Transfer pricing--Taxation--Law and legislation--United States, KF6465 .T737 1998, 343.7306/8
Publisher: J. Wiley
Edited By Robert Feinschreiber. Includes Bibliographical References And Index.
Advance Pricing Agreements
Taxation, Professional, Career & Trade -> Law -> Law
Publisher: Kluwer Law International B.V.
Transfer pricing (the pricing of cross-border intra-firm transactions between related parties) is now the top international tax issue faced by multinational enterprises. In an international taxation environment characterized by rigorous enforcement of transfer pricing documentation, disclosure, and audit processes, a need has arisen for multinationals to be cognizant of the impact of their ‘tax risk appetite’ on their relationship with taxation authorities and to be aware of how best to manage their transfer pricing arrangements. The most promising development has been the growing commitment to Advance Pricing Agreements (APAs) – arrangements made prospectively between a multinational taxpayer and one or more revenue authorities, agreeing on an appropriate set of criteria for the determination of the transfer pricing of the covered transactions over a period of time. This is the first book to offer expert insights on APAs from a practical perspective. By focusing on the United States and Australia, the two countries that were at the forefront of adopting APAs and whose wealth of experience over two decades confirms their APA programs as the global paradigms, the author is able to highlight the advantages and disadvantages of pursuing an APA and to shed light on the powerful efficacy of this strategy for avoiding transfer pricing disputes. In addition, the author enlists the views of revenue authorities, transfer pricing practitioners, and corporate counsel who deal with the realities of transfer pricing assessment and compliance on an ongoing basis, offering acute insight into how APAs really work in a practical way. This book contributes to the body of knowledge on APAs in the context of transfer pricing by providing in-depth scrutiny of the most important issues surrounding this critical area, and by examining innovations in APAs in the United States and in Australia. Its unmatched coverage will be welcomed by tax experts at law firms and multinational companies as well as by revenue officials, policymakers, and scholars and researchers in international taxation.
Mastering Services Pricing
Non-Classifiable, Non-Classifiable -> Non-Classifiable -> Non-Classifiable
Publisher: Pearson International Content
The definitive guide on how to price services to deliver profit, fund for product development and meet the needs of the customer/client at a price they are happy to pay. As traditional manufacturing companies move to service provision, what pricing model should they develop and what buyer behaviour model should they nurture? What happens if you get your services offering right, but your pricing model wrong? Mastering Services Pricing shows you how to create pricing that allows you to deliver maximum profit and high client satisfaction. The full text downloaded to your computer With eBooks you can: search for key concepts, words and phrases make highlights and notes as you study share your notes with friends eBooks are downloaded to your computer and accessible either offline through the Bookshelf (available as a free download), available online and also via the iPad and Android apps. Upon purchase, you'll gain instant access to this eBook. Time limit The eBooks products do not have an expiry date. You will continue to access your digital ebook products whilst you have your Bookshelf installed.
Sustainable Energy Pricing Nature, Sustainable Engineering, and the Science of Energy Pricing
Gary M. Zatzman
The petroleum sector is possibly the largest and most dominant economic sector in the globalized economy. However, for reasons explored in this book, although none of the existing economic development models fit this sector in the past and apply even less today, no satisfactory alternative has presented itself. This book highlights the important reasons why current models fail to predict energy pricing with reasonable accuracy, and ventures into environmental and other problems with oil and gas production and associated economic decisions mounting across both developed as well as developing economies.
Pricing Irrigation Water Principles and Cases from Developing Countries
Natural Resources, Ecology, Professional, Career & Trade -> Law -> Law, SCEB01, SCEB0155, SCES54, SCDS75, SCEC0790, General Interests & Hobbies -> Nature -> Nature
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
As globalization links economies, the value of a country's irrigation water becomes increasingly sensitive to competitive forces in world markets. Water policy at the national and regional levels will need to accommodate these forces or water is likely to become undervalued. The inefficient use of this resource will lessen a country's comparative advantage in world markets and slow its transition to higher incomes, particularly in rural households. While professionals widely agree on what constitutes sound water resource management, they have not yet reached a consensus on the best ways of implementing policies. Policymakers have considered pricing water - a debated intervention - in many variations. Setting the price 'right,' some say, may guide different types of users in efficient water use by sending a signal about the value of this resource. Aside from efficiency, itself an important policy objective, equity, accessibility, and implementation costs associated with the right pricing must be considered. Focusing on the examples of China, Mexico, Morocco, South Africa, and Turkey, Pricing Irrigation Water provides a clear methodology for studying farm-level demand for irrigation water. This book is the first to link the macroeconomics of policies affecting trade to the microeconomics of water demand for irrigation and, in the case of Morocco, to link these forces to the creation of a water user-rights market. This type of market reform, the contributors argue, will result in growing economic benefits to both rural and urban households.
Wireless Network Pricing
General, Wireless, Network Protocols, Professional, Career & Trade -> Computer Science -> Networking, Professional, Career & Trade -> Computer Science -> Data Transmission Systems
Jianwei Huang; Lin Gao
Publisher: Morgan & Claypool Publishers
Today's wireless communications and networking practices are tightly coupled with economic considerations, to the extent that it is almost impossible to make a sound technology choice without understanding the corresponding economic implications. This book aims at providing a foundational introduction on how microeconomics, and pricing theory in particular, can help us to understand and build better wireless networks. The book can be used as lecture notes for a course in the field of network economics, or a reference book for wireless engineers and applied economists to understand how pricing mechanisms influence the fast growing modern wireless industry.
This book first covers the basics of wireless communication technologies and microeconomics, before going in-depth about several pricing models and their wireless applications. The pricing models include social optimal pricing, monopoly pricing, price differentiation, oligopoly pricing, and network externalities, supported by introductory discussions of convex optimization and game theory. The wireless applications include wireless video streaming, service provider competitions, cellular usage-based pricing, network partial price differentiation, wireless spectrum leasing, distributed power control, and cellular technology upgrade. More information related to the book (including references, slides, and videos) can be found at ncel.ie.cuhk.edu.hk/content/wireless-network-pricing.
Six Sigma Pricing: Improving Pricing Operations to Increase Profits
Sodhi, ManMohan, Sodhi, Navdeep
Publisher: FT Press