The study of the effects of the pricing policies on an organizations profit: Case study of technology businesses in Kurdistan

The study of the effects of the pricing policies on an organizations profit: Case study of technology businesses in Kurdistan ( Vol-3,Issue-3,May - June 2018 )

Author: Saman Sidqi Hamad Ameen

eecjournal doi crossrefDOI: 10.22161/eec.3.3.1

Keyword: pricing policy, organization profit, Erbil, Kurdistan.

Abstract: The main purpose of this research is to examine the influence of pricing policies on organizations’ profit. The researcher applied a quantitative method to analyze the data in this study, the researcher prepared questionnaire and distributed in the different organizations located in Erbil. The survey was divided into two sections; the first section was demographic analysis which started with respondent’s age, gender, and level of education. The second section of survey consisted of 32 questions concerning pricing policies and its impact on organization profit. 89 participants were involved in the current study; however the researcher used SPSS software in order to analyze the gathered data. Moreover, the researcher aimed to develop the main research hypothesis which stated that there is a positive and significant impact of pricing policies on organization profit. The result of a simple regression analysis demonstrates that the value B for pricing policy is .712 which is greater than .0001 this proves that the main research hypothesis is supported which stated that the there is a positive and significant impact of pricing policy on organization profit.

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