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I'd like to buy the kindle version of book, but now it is more expensive than the hardcover edition on Amazon :(
I refuse to pay more for a version full of DRM, but on the other hand this would be a nice book to have on my iPod Touch all the time.
I'll wait and see what happens to the price... any economic statistics insights on the subject? ;)


Bani: I have so far not seen Amazon pricing the Kindle version above the hardcover edition but the prices are not constant. In theory, they could vary the prices and conduct an experiment to find the underlying demand curve. By holding out on buying, you are sending them a signal if they are indeed conducting a test!

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