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Information pricing policy: factors and contexts.

Rowley, Jennifer (1998) Information pricing policy: factors and contexts. Information Services & Use, 18 (3). pp. 165-175. ISSN 1875-8789

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Abstract

This article explores the issues that influence pricing in the electronic information marketplace. These derive largely from the nature of information as a commodity and the diversity of information products, and from issues associated with the nature of the marketplace, including competition and customers. In relation to information products we examine the nature of information as a product, information and technology, product portfolios, product boundaries and branding and quality. Aspects of the marketplace that must be considered are competition and players, customers, promotion and pricing objectives.

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