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See detailMachine learning and natural language processing on the patent corpus: data, tools, and new measures
Balsmeier, Benjamin UL; Li, Guan-Cheng; Assaf, Mohamad et al

in Journal of Economics & Management Strategy (2018), 27

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See detailProduct Unbundling in the Travel Industry: The Economics of Airline Bag Fees
Brueckner, Jan K.; Lee, Darin N.; Picard, Pierre M UL et al

in Journal of Economics & Management Strategy (2015), 24(3), 457-484

This paper provides theory and evidence on airline bag fees, offering insights into a real-world case of product unbundling. The theory predicts that an airline’s fares should fall when it introduces a ... [more ▼]

This paper provides theory and evidence on airline bag fees, offering insights into a real-world case of product unbundling. The theory predicts that an airline’s fares should fall when it introduces a bag fee, but that the full-trip price (the bag fee plus the new fare) could either rise or fall. The empirical evidence presented in the paper provides strong confirmation of the first prediction. The data also suggest that the average fare falls by less than the bag fee itself so that the full price of a trip rises for passengers who choose to check bags. [less ▲]

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See detailSudden Termination Auctions - An Experimental Study
Füllbrunn, Sascha UL; Sadrieh, Abdolkarim

in Journal of Economics & Management Strategy (2012), (2), 519-540

The design of online markets has become a major issue due to the capability of operators to implement almost any set of market rules overnight. With this study we contribute to the literature of auction ... [more ▼]

The design of online markets has become a major issue due to the capability of operators to implement almost any set of market rules overnight. With this study we contribute to the literature of auction market design by presenting a theoretical and experimental analysis of sudden termination auctions. Our main focus is on the candle auction that has a positive termination probability at any time in the course of the auction. Candle auctions prove to be a much faster, but equally efficient alternative to standard hard close auctions. [less ▲]

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See detailPiracy and Competition
Belleflamme, Paul; Picard, Pierre M UL

in Journal of Economics & Management Strategy (2007), 16(2), 351-383

The effects of (private, small-scale) piracy on the pricing behavior of producers of information goods are studied within a unified model of vertical differentiation. Although information goods are ... [more ▼]

The effects of (private, small-scale) piracy on the pricing behavior of producers of information goods are studied within a unified model of vertical differentiation. Although information goods are assumed to be perfectly differentiated, demands are interdependent because the copying technology exhibits increasing returns to scale. We characterize the Bertrand-Nash equilibria in a duopoly. Comparing equilibrium prices to the prices set by a multiproduct monopolist, we show that competition drives prices up and may lead to price dispersion. Competition reduces total surplus in the short run but provides higher incentives to create in the long run. [less ▲]

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