Efficiency properties of non-linear pricing schedules without the single-crossing condition
This paper investigates efficiency properties of profit-maximizing non-linear outlay schedules. It demonstrates that some well-known efficiency characteristics of the profit-maximizing non-linear outlay schedule may not continue to hold when the single-crossing condition is relaxed.
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