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Old 09-19-2009, 07:59 PM   #14
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Originally Posted by fugazied View Post
Stupid stupid publishers is basically the reason why. As astra pointed out, traditional economic market theory (greater demand, higher selling volumes can allow lower price) do not apply with 'virtual' products like ebooks.

There is no reason that an ebook should cost more than a paper book other than publisher and retailer stupidity.
I would imagine that loss leaders don't work as well in a digital environment. It doesn't sound that stupid.
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