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Tying

Instructor: Tyler Cowen, George Mason University

Tying : A form of price discrimination in which a good is sold only on the coindition that the consumer also buy another good, or agrees not to buy that other good

Tying: A form of price discrimination in which a good is sold only on the coindition that the consumer also buy another good, or agrees not to buy that other good from a separate supplier. An example is printers and ink: using the printer's design, a printer's supplier can dictate who the supplier of the printer's ink must be. This is from the video “Tying” in the Principles of Microeconomics course.

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