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In many markets, consumers have time-varying needs for product or service quality. Recent technology advances equip firms with the on-demand product-adjustment capability (OPAC), which allows them to efficiently process customers’ requests for short-term (e.g., daily or hourly) changes of service quality to meet their time-varying demands. This paper examines how OPAC affects a firm’s optimal pricing and product-line decisions in a market with consumers having time-varying product needs and diff...
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