Definitions for "Marginal Cost Pricing"
A method of setting prices in which price is made equal to marginal cost, that is, the cost of producing the next unit of output.
The pricing of commercial goods and services such that the price equals the additional cost that arises from the expansion of production by one additional unit.
A system of pricing designed to ignore all costs except those associated with producing the next increment of production. Sometimes referred to as incremental cost pricing.