The Contingent Pricing Problem: Some Considerations in Formulating Quality Incentives.

by E. P. Durbin

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A discussion of factors involved in formulating incentive price schedules. It is concluded that government negotiators must allow for sampling variation and the fact that contractors will consider expected results as well as explicit payment schedules. 15 pp.

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