Economics of Networks eJournal
Editor: Nicholas Economides
New York University

The Economics of Networks journal is sponsored by the Networks, Electronic Commerce and Telecommunications ("NET") Institute, a non-profit institution devoted to research on network industries, electronic commerce, telecommunications, the Internet, "virtual networks" comprised of computers that share the same technical standard or operating system, and on network issues in general. The NET Institute functions as a world-wide focal point for research, open exchange and dissemination of ideas in these areas.

This eJournal distributes working and accepted paper abstracts focused on network industries, electronic commerce, telecommunications, the Internet, "virtual networks" (for example comprised of computers that share the same technical standard or operating system), cable networks, on digital convergence, financial networks including credit card and ATM networks, financial, B2B and B2C exchanges, airlines, railroads, on pricing and market structure in the presence of network effects, on pure and mixed bundling in markets with network effects, the incentives for vertical integration and effects on social welfare in markets with network effects, on dynamic competition and pricing in markets with network effects, the choice of technical standards and compatibility, quality and variety competition in the presence of network effects, security and reliability of networks including the Internet, liability issues in networks, innovation and introduction of new technology in network industries, and competition policy issues in network industries.

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Editor: Nicholas Economides
New York University

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