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The Center for Pricing and Revenue Management supports the teaching of pricing and revenue management courses at both the undergraduate and graduate level. Teaching Materials include articles, case studies, teaching notes, and problem sets that have been developed for pricing and revenue management classes. If you would like to share articles, case studies, teaching notes, problem sets or any other teaching materials, you may submit your materials by completing the online form.


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Should People or Algorithms Set Prices?
Center Director Robert Phillips in the European Financial Review

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Featured Research

Who Should Be Setting the Price: People or Data?

A recent pricing study by professors Garrett van Ryzin and Robert Phillips explores the impact on profitability of prices set by people versus data. 



Featured Material

Hotel Pricing Game

This online simulation tool allows students to set prices for hotel rooms in the peak and off-peak seasons. Instructors can choose the game settings according to teaching goals. Students gain knowledge of key pricing concepts.

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