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Special Issue: Economics of Electronic Commerce

Ravi Bapna, Anitesh Barua, Andrew B. Whinston
2014 Journal of Management Information Systems  
Bockstedt and Kim huat Goh, in "Customized Bundling and Consumption Variety of Digital Information Goods," study customized bundling of digital goods using both experimental and empirical approaches. they  ...  . the results have important implications for bundling and customization strategies that are commonly witnessed in music and other digital products.  ... 
doi:10.2753/mis0742-1222310201 fatcat:mlr3m5y3izfrnaskv72obtluri

Digital Transformation, Business Model Innovation and Efficiency in Content Industries: A Review

Joseph P. Rojers
2018 The International Technology Management Review  
Thus, the pricing strategies suitable for information products differ from that for physical goods -price discrimination and product bundling being two commonly and successfully used pricing strategies  ...  Owing to the symbolic, highly digitizable nature of the goods the content industry produces, they are highly amenable to digital transformation with radical consequences for businesses selling information  ...  Third, information goods are experience goods, as users are able to assess the quality of goods only after their consumption, which can lead to information asymmetries across markets.  ... 
doi:10.2991/itmr.7.1.6 fatcat:5jh3moxcxjfjrd6dypxsmgc7za

A Survey on Data Pricing: from Economics to Data Science [article]

Jian Pei
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Pricing data, or information goods in general, has been studied and practiced in dispersed areas and principles, such as economics, marketing, electronic commerce, data management, data mining and machine  ...  We discuss both digital products and data products. We also consider a series of challenges and directions for future work.  ...  Bundling and Subscription Planning As discussed in Section 2.1.3, the low replication costs of information goods allow prevalent adoption of bundling in pricing digital products [169] .  ... 
arXiv:2009.04462v2 fatcat:pacfeqmi7rhdxnihcrnvqbfjay

An overview of information goods pricing

Wei Lun Chang, Soe Tsyr Yuan
2007 International Journal of Electronic Business  
Although information economy has been the focus of considerable research, no unified and exhaustive classification model for current pricing methods exists.  ...  The benefits of the unifying framework are that it provides a conceptual abstract model that differentiates between different pricing methods, and positions the future effectual pricing methods.  ...  the following scholars who provided valuable suggestions in improving our research work: Professor Ming-Hui Huang (IM, NTU), Professor Hsiu-Ju Yen (IM, NCU), Professor Carol, Wei-Yun Hsu (IS, CityU), and  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijeb.2007.014513 fatcat:ljf2jo7yhnhkzkzq7a3zzszowq

I Ketut Mastika

I Ketut Mastika, University of Jember, Sasongko Sasongko, Didik Eko Julianto, Pandu Satriya Hutama, Panca Oktawirani, University of Jember, University of Jember, University of Jember, University of Jember
2021 International Journal of Applied Sciences in Tourism and Events  
value of customer.  ...  The method used is a descriptive method to analyze data and information relate to the opportunities and development of tourism in Bondowoso.  ...  Moderation effect of evaluation mode on consumer responses to variations in product bundles found that consumer preferences for varieties of bundles (relative to non-variety bundles) were higher in combined  ... 
doi:10.31940/ijaste.v5i2.166-175 fatcat:jdsi23gienb3nacfbi5gq7mb6q

Bundling with Customer Self-Selection: A Simple Approach to Bundling Low-Marginal-Cost Goods

Lorin M. Hitt, Pei-yu Chen
2005 Management science  
Comparative statics results also show that the optimal bundle size for customized bundling decreases in both heterogeneity of consumer preferences over different goods and marginal costs of production.  ...  We also show that, for a monopoly seller of low marginal cost goods, this strategy outperforms individual selling M = 1 and pure bundling M = N when goods have a positive marginal cost or when customers  ...  , participants of the 1999 Workshop on Information Systems and Economics, the associate editor, and three anonymous reviewers for helpful comments on earlier drafts of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1287/mnsc.1050.0403 fatcat:d3jbhyccprfs7jtdjjkvrfbhyu

Implications of Digital Rights Management for Online Music – A Business Perspective [chapter]

Willms Buhse
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
On the demand side, with a changing cost structure for digital goods, consumers might not be willing to pay directly for digital goods so that revenues would have to be collected indirectly by public or  ...  This paper will examine and categorize potential business model scenarios for online music. The virtualization of music leads to market uncertainties.  ...  In a variety of circumstances, a multi-product monopolist can extract substantially higher profits by offering one or more bundles of information goods than by offering the same goods separately. 40 At  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-47870-1_13 fatcat:4g3wnuqenrdnbjucx6qteccynu


S. J. Liebowitz, S. E. Margolis
2009 Journal of Competition Law & Economics  
that is not in the interest of the customer, and about which the customer is not fully informed.  ...  And of course, for non-rival goods, there is no problem of over consumption.  ... 
doi:10.1093/joclec/nhn013 fatcat:uics5lpvafa7pe4bh5alkljfly

Bundles of Joy: The Ubiquity and Efficiency of Bundles in New Technology Markets

Stan J. Liebowitz, Stephen E. Margolis
2007 Social Science Research Network  
that is not in the interest of the customer, and about which the customer is not fully informed.  ...  And of course, for non-rival goods, there is no problem of over consumption.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1069421 fatcat:hcwg6ouuw5avxlzct5zq6jgr5m

Eyes on the Road: Surveillance Logics in the Autonomous Vehicle Economy

Luis F Alvarez Leon
2019 Surveillance & Society  
This creates new spaces of consumption within cars, around them, and between them—all of which are premised on highly detailed contextual information that is collected, processed, and transmitted in the  ...  As emblematic products of a previous industrial era, cars are often tied to a sphere outside the digital economy and its ruling logics and are, therefore, governed by different ideas of privacy, agency  ...  In essence, as the above examples suggest, cars are turning into bundles of services that are, in turn, becoming increasingly dependent on the monetization of customers' attention and personal information  ... 
doi:10.24908/ss.v17i1/2.12932 fatcat:hpp6ftkrhrh5tcvtdhoeo2yzru

IPhone or Kindle: Competition of Electronic Books Sales [chapter]

Li Chen
2009 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
We derive the equilibrium price and analyze the factors that affect equilibrium outcomes under both scenarios of complete and incomplete information.  ...  With the technical development of the reading equipment, e-books have witnessed a gradual and steady increase in sales in recent years.  ...  Because of information goods' unique property of digitalized content, related issues are frequently studied such as the sharing of information goods (Asvanund et al. 2004 ), the bundling of information  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-03132-8_3 fatcat:ibske4xnzzd5dlmr7db7u6y4nq

The Optimal Number of Versions: Why Does Goldilocks Pricing Work for Information Goods?

Wendy Hui, Byungjoon Yoo, Kar Yan Tam
2007 Journal of Management Information Systems  
in the context of customized bundling of information goods.  ...  ., and Anandalingam, G. Optimal customized bundle pricing for information goods. Department of Decision and Information Technologies, Robert H.  ... 
doi:10.2753/mis0742-1222240306 fatcat:73eom7q4avhf7pn4uo4gs2duwu

International Internet Retail Marketing: Do Product Characteristics Really Matter?

Leland Taylor, Bahaudin Mujtaba
2011 International Business & Economics Research Journal  
Many practitioners and academic researchers are engaged in the evaluation and study of the impact of the Internet on global retail marketing.  ...  This article reviews the development of product characteristic marketing theory and discusses the findings of recent studies which investigate product characteristics and their importance to Internet based  ...  and variety of consumers and variety of ways in which the product provides utility.  ... 
doi:10.19030/iber.v4i10.3624 fatcat:ws3od6uxjbab3mqldwoxibghxe

Discussion on the Mechanism of Irrational Online Shopping Behavior—Based on the Perspective of Mental Accounting Theory

Jianfei Xie
2019 Open Journal of Social Sciences  
This paper aims to discuss irrational online shopping behavior of an excessive consumption, impulsive consumption and bundled consumption under the influence of mental accounting, and further discusses  ...  , impulse spending and bundled consumption in the network environment from the perspective of mental accounting theory.  ...  ping behaviors such as over-consumption, impulsive consumption and bundled consumption, the number of Chinese Internet users and online shopping users released by China Internet Information Center is high  ... 
doi:10.4236/jss.2019.75004 fatcat:6pb5wrdzlbcqhdnvclrejyod6e

Import sourcing of Chinese cities: Order versus randomness

Keith Head, Ran Jing, John Ries
2017 Journal of International Economics  
Key predictions of the Ricardian comparative advantage and Armington love of variety models are contradicted in the data.  ...  We utilize very detailed import information for Chinese cities to assess the empirical validity of prominent trade models.  ...  The low h 1 for consumption goods seems more damning for the love of variety model.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jinteco.2017.01.003 fatcat:tidrp3cal5bv5ov5o37fwnbhm4
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