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Price

(prīs),
Ernest Arthur, early 20th-century English biochemist. See: Carr-Price reaction.

PRICE

(prīs) [An acronym for protection, rest, ice, compression, elevation]
A regimen that supports healing in overuse injuries.
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Changing pricing perspective involves embracing lessons from an auction--the notion that different customers have different valuations for a product.
Pricing changes need to follow a change in the perceived value of an institution, not lead it.
* From "Line-Category Pricing": "A peasant may not remain one.
In his paper "Narrow Money, Broad Money, and the Transmission of Monetary Policy," Marvin Good-friend develops a framework that integrates broad money demand with loan production, asset pricing, and arbitrage between banking and asset markets in order to explore the supply of and demand for broad money and the potential role of broad money in monetary transmission.
For tape pricing, no business normally operates a tape subsystem with just one tape drive and one tape cartridge.
Without such guidance, the PATA documentation package may be criticized as requiring the retention and production of a substantial amount of information that is unnecessary to support the propriety of the transfer price or the pricing methodology adopted for any particular product, service, or intangible.
There are several advantages to FPA and value pricing. Following are some of the most important:
Saudi Arabia has long been the moderator in pricing oil.
Most feedstock producers, however, are back online, and pricing has returned to the levels seen before the hurricanes hit the Gulf Coast region.
Only then, can the broker master the art of pricing a deal.
With coauthor Michael McPherson, Schapiro has written extensively on the issue of pricing and financial aid in higher education.