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Cost-plus Pricing

Cost-plus pricing is a pricing strategy in which the selling price is determined by adding a specific dollar amount or percentage to a producer’s relevant costs.  This pricing protocol is typically used where the provider is a regulated monopoly, such as a public utility, or there is essentially a single-buyer, such as the defense department. […]

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Winners and Losers

In order to address a housing affordability issue, in one of the world’s hottest housing markets, New Zealand is restricting non-citizens from buying existing homes.  Trade Minister David Parker said, “this government believes that New Zealanders should not be outbid by wealthier foreign buyers.” Sounds like great news for New Zealanders looking to buy a […]

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