Handbook on the Economics of the Internet

Handbook on the Economics of the Internet

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The Internet is connecting an increasing number of individuals, organizations, and devices into global networks of information flows. It is accelerating the dynamics of innovation in the digital economy, affecting the nature and intensity of competition, and enabling private companies, governments, and the non-profit sector to develop new business models. In this new ecosystem many of the theoretical assumptions and historical observations upon which economics rests are altered and need critical reassessment.... An Austrian approacha#39;, Journal of Economic Literature, 35 (1), 60a€“85. Kroes, N. (2012), a#39;Next steps on net neutrality a€“ Making sure you get champagne service if thata#39;s what youa#39;re paying fora#39;, 29 May, European Commission blog archive, accessed 24 July 2015 at http://ec.europa.eu/ archives/commission_2010- 2014/ kroes/en/blog/netneutrality.html. Kurose, J.F. and K.W. Ross (2010), Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach, 5th edition, Boston, MA: Pearson/Addison Wesley.

Title:Handbook on the Economics of the Internet
Author: Johannes M. Bauer, Michael Latzer
Publisher:Edward Elgar Publishing - 2016-05-27

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