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Bundling

Instructor: Alex Tabarrok, George Mason University

This is " Bundling " from our Principles of Economics: Microeconomics course. Bundling refers to when two or more goods are sold together as a package. Microsoft

This is "Bundling" from our Principles of Economics: Microeconomics course.

Bundling refers to when two or more goods are sold together as a package. Microsoft Office, Cable TV, Lexis-Nexis, and Spotify all provide examples of bundling. What if there was no bundling and you had to pay for Cable TV by channel rather than purchasing channels in bundles? Would you end up paying more or less? We explore this question and others in this video.

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