Dynamic pricing and benchmarking in AirBnB. / Sims, Julian; Ameen, Nisreen; Bauer, Robert.

UK Academy of Information Systems (UKAIS). 2019. p. 1-29.

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Dynamic pricing and benchmarking in AirBnB. / Sims, Julian; Ameen, Nisreen; Bauer, Robert.

UK Academy of Information Systems (UKAIS). 2019. p. 1-29.

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Sims J, Ameen N, Bauer R. Dynamic pricing and benchmarking in AirBnB. In UK Academy of Information Systems (UKAIS). 2019. p. 1-29

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Sims, Julian ; Ameen, Nisreen ; Bauer, Robert. / Dynamic pricing and benchmarking in AirBnB. UK Academy of Information Systems (UKAIS). 2019. pp. 1-29

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