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Economic models of sponsored content in wireless networks with uncertain demand
The interaction of a content provider with end users on an infrastructure platform built and maintained by a service provider can be viewed as a two-sided market. Content sponsoring, i.e., charging the content provider ...
Who should practice price discrimination using rebates in an asymmetric duopoly?
(Springer Science+Business Media, 2010-03)
Price discrimination is generally thought to improve firm profits by allowing firms to extract more consumer surplus. In competition, however, price discrimination may also be costly to the firm because restrictive incentive ...
Competitive implications of software open-sourcing
This paper is concerned with the economic trade-oﬀs associated with open-sourcing, the business strategy of releasing free open-source versions of commercial software products. The eﬀect of the release of open-source ...
Setting the right incentives for global planning and operations
We study incentive issues seen in a firm performing global planning and manufacturing, and local demand management. The stochastic demands in local markets are best observed by the regional business units, and the firm ...
A strategic analysis of multi-channel expert services
Using stylized models, we investigate when and how expert service providers should offer their services online, and whether they should charge separate prices for face-to-face and online services or provide the online ...
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