A comparison between Dutch and German retail price-setting
The Service Industries Journal p. 66- 73
This article examines the differences between Dutch and German retail price setting. The study is based on an econometric approach in the sense that the estimates of the coefficients of a one-equation model explaining retail profit margins are compared. Extensive datasets are used for both the Dutch and German case, allowing a general comparison between the two countries to be made. An ex post interpretation of the differences in coefficients found is given.
|Germany, Netherlands, econometrics, pricing, profit margins, retail trade, retailing|
|The Service Industries Journal|
|Organisation||Erasmus School of Economics|
den Hertog, R.G.J, & Thurik, A.R. (1995). A comparison between Dutch and German retail price-setting. The Service Industries Journal, 66–73. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/9676