Consider a cereal manufacturer with two types of customer. type 1 individuals have reservation price $4, and using a coupon costs them $1.25 (in terms of effort/time). type 2 individuals have reservation price $3, and using a coupon does not cost them anything. it costs the manufacturer $2.50 to produce each box of cereal.
(a) what price should the manufacturer charge the type 1's? how large a discount could the coupons offer without tempting the type 1's to use them?
(b) at the above price, how large a discount would the coupons have to offer to induce the type 2's to buy cereal?
(c) what price and coupon discounts hould the manufacturer set? calculate the profit she receives from each group. would he still offer coupons if the manufacturing cost suddenly rose to $3?
the answer is c). an intership because i got it right on e2020
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under mandatory bargaining requirements, the union must apply the terms of contract equally to all bargaining-unit employees. there are different subjects that are available and open for bargaining. salary, benefits, contract and employment terms are all types of subjects that an employee can bargin to get what they want even if it's not initally offered. all mandatory subects directly impact an employees terms and conditions in a company.