Pricing Park and Recreation Services

Jeong, J. Y., Crompton, J. L., & Hyun, S. S. (2018). What makes you select a higher price option? Price–quality heuristics, cultures, and travel group compositions. International Journal of Tourism Research. (Full Text)

Ji Youn Jeong and John L. Crompton. (2018). Do subjects from high and low context cultures attribute different meanings to tourism services with 9-ending prices? Tourism Management. 64, 110-118. (Full Text)

Ji Youn Jeong & John L. Crompton (2017). The Use of Odd-Ending Numbers in the Pricing of Five Tourism Services in Three Different Cultures. Tourism Management. 62(2017) 135-146. (Full Text)

John. L. Crompton. (2016). Using the Benefits Continuum, Enterprise Funds, and Cost Finding to Implement Best Pricing Practices. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 34(4), 82-101. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton. (2016). The Equitability of Full-Price Policies for Senior Citizens: A Reprise. Journal of Park & Recreation Administration, 34(2), 74-87. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton. (2016). A Policy Framework for Analyzing Multi-Use Pass Pricing Decisions. Managing Sport and Leisure, 21(2), 91-101. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton & Ji Youn Jeong. (2016). Experiments Testing the Effectiveness of Purposeful Anchoring on Reference Price in the Context of Public Leisure Services. Journal of Leisure Research, 48(4), 307-326. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton. (2016). Implications of Prospect Theory for the Pricing of Leisure Services. Leisure Sciences, 38 (4), 315-337. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton. (2015). Reference Price Based Strategies: a Key to Raising Revenues Without Alienating Users. Managing Sport and Leisure, 20 (5), 275-292. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton. (2015). Complementing Scott: Justifying Discounts for Low Income Groups Through an Economic Lens. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration. 33(1), 1-15. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton (2014). The disappearing youth discount: Does it matter? Parks and Recreation, August, 73-74. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton (2013). Are your seniors moving to center stage? Parks and Recreation, December. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton (2013). Revisiting the Multi-Use Pass. Parks and Recreation, June, 59-62. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton (2011). Using External Reference Price to Reduce Resistance to Leisure Service Pricing Increases. Managing Leisure, 16(3), 207-215. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton (2011). A Theoretical Framework for Formulating Non-Controversial Prices for Public Park and Recreation Services. Journal of Leisure Research, 43(1), 1-29. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton (2010). Eleven Strategies for Reducing Negative Responses to Price Increases for Public Park and Recreation Services. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 28(3), 114-146. (Full Text)

Seong Seop-Kim & John L. Crompton (2002). The Influence of Selected Behavioral and Economic Variables on Perceptions of Admission Price Levels. Journal of Travel Research 41(2), 144-152. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton & Seong-Seop Kim (2001). Reactions to a Large Increase in Admission Price to State Parks. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 19(4), 42-59. (Full Text)

Seong-Seop Kim & John L. Crompton (2001). The Effects of Different Types of Information Messages on Perceptions of Price and Stated Willingness-to-pay. Journal of Leisure Research 33(3), 299-318. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton & Lisa L. Love (1994). Using Inferential Evidence to Determine Likely Reaction to a Price Increase at a Festival. Journal of Travel Research, 32(4), 32-36. (Full Text)

Ronald E. McCarville, John L. Crompton & Jane A. Sell (1993). The Influence of Outcome Messages on Reference Prices. Leisure Sciences, 15(2), 115-130. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton & Charles W. Lamb (1987). Establishing a Price for Government Services. Journal of Professional Services Marketing, 2(3), 67-82. (Full Text)

Ronald E. McCarville & John L. Crompton (1987). Propositions Addressing Perceptions of Reference Price for Public Recreation Services. Leisure Sciences, 9(4), 281-292. (Full Text)

Ronald E. McCarville & John L. Crompton (1987). An Empirical Investigation of the Influence of Information on Reference Prices for Public Swimming Pools. Journal of Leisure Research, 19(3), 223-235. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton (1984). The Equitability of Full Price Policies for Senior Citizens. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 2(1), 3-8. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton (1984). Treating Equals Equally: Common Abuses in Pricing Public Services. Parks and Recreation Sep., 67-71. (Full Text)

Dennis R. Howard & John L. Crompton (1984). Who are the Consumers of Public Park and Recreation Services? Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 2(3), 33-48. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton & Sharon Bonk (1981). Pricing Objectives for Public Library Services. Public Library Quarterly, 2(1), 5-22. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton (1981). The Role of Pricing in the Delivery of Community Services. Community Development Journal 16(1), 44-54. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton (1980). Public Services‑‑To Charge or Not to Charge. Business, 30(2), 31-40. (Full Text)

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