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If > 1, the eBook has greater market potential than the physical book does; otherwise, the physical book has greater market potential We also find that the optimal publishing strategy also leads to the ... Finally, the smaller marginal cost for eBooks than physical books renders the strategy to delay the release of physical books more popular. some market research (e.g. sending surveys to potential users ... Proof: Please see Appendix A for the proof of Lemma 3. ...doi:10.4067/s0718-18762019000200110 fatcat:fe3arjpz4fhmfotr2u6quu7r6q
The ever-increasing use of information technology (IT) in business transactions greatly expands firms' exposure to different electronic markets. ... We identify strategies for retailers operating in these two types of markets. ... The new electronic market solutions include new market channels such as auctions and spot market for capacity  . ...doi:10.1109/hicss.2006.468 dblp:conf/hicss/GuoW06 fatcat:igyeceymczdc3ndgqgdbghinge
The Journal of Business
Appendix A Proof of Proposition 1 Given the information partition of the dealers, we conjecture the following linear equilibrium strategies: x¥ = —y'p+ BUI" +2), x-=p—yp—BIL,VL FW. ... The first corresponds to the traditional voice-brokering services in the foreign exchange market (and its electronic successor, the Reuters 2000-1 System) while the second is closer to the electronic limit-order ...
Low disutility traders use the crossing network while high disutility traders use the dealer market. The crossing network's market share is inefficiently small. ... If traders' disutilities differ sufficiently, a unique equilibrium with market fragmentation exists. ... and electronic trading venues even further. ...doi:10.2139/ssrn.276198 fatcat:o7wyvufknfeqfptmaiywq3beaa
For "look and feel" products, the market evolution depends on the initial distribution of the transaction strategies in the population. ... traders use historical information about other traders' past strategies. ... Proof: See Appendix. ...doi:10.1080/07421222.2005.11045822 fatcat:pi4yd3fmrvhr7cqzb7tasizfbm
For "look and feel" products, the market evolution depends on the initial distribution of the transaction strategies in the population. ... traders use historical information about other traders' past strategies. ... Proof: See Appendix. ...doi:10.2139/ssrn.2853902 fatcat:wu3pcvtwe5bcrof6c2ddcwd3bi
Management & Marketing Abstracts
These are proof of identity, no repudiation, and confidentiality. The critical role played by public key infrastructure (PKI) in creating electronic proofs of identity is discussed. ... MMA Vol. 24, No. 9 (1999) Marketing Electronic commerce (e-commerce) is considered from the point of view of smaller businesses. ...
We investigate four cases depending on two factors: market size and the self-publishing platforms' compatibility strategy. ... Otherwise, they prefer compatibility strategy under a weak network effect. In the expanded market, self-publishing platforms have an incentive to choose incompatibility strategy. ... (Please see Appendix A for proof.) ...doi:10.4067/s0718-18762020000300105 fatcat:m3lbauxelbgujcz6orygasqmli
The concept of cryptocurrency is not new in digital world and is already gaining subtle importance in electronic commerce market. ... The paper gives an insight on cryptography within digital money used in electronic commerce. The combination of digital currencies with cryptography is named as cryptocurrencies or cryptocoins. ... The time stamping strategies that are dedicated towards mining these virtual currencies include Proof-Of-Work, Proof-Of-Stake or Consensus methods. ...doi:10.14419/ijet.v7i3.12.16045 fatcat:6eszjzgchbgtfm3oqkwf52bn7a
Goods on electronic markets • Emergence of new electronic market segments • New investment strategies with cryptocurrency trading 3. ... This interview with an executive from the European Energy Exchange (EEX) shows how a worldwide leading electronic market provider assesses the impact of blockchain technology on their strategy and their ...doi:10.1007/s12525-020-00428-1 fatcat:in2h4oz33fcpfkp6er2q37qe2e
The expected benefit is an alternative of marketing strategy for brand building process for Halal products in Thailand. ... Four elements of marketing strategies which necessary for the brand identity creation is the research framework: consists of Attributes, Benefits, Values and Personality. ... The questionnaire consists of 4 principle parts of marketing strategy. ...doi:10.5281/zenodo.1093251 fatcat:azi2migjmza7jdeqqmhnl6ao7y
Millions of dollars change hands daily through online auction markets. However, fraud has been on the rise in these markets. ... Thus, each participant's identity as well as his or her reputation can be established by other market participants. ... electronic markets  . ...doi:10.2139/ssrn.2853905 fatcat:2dvhbii5pre3ne7yoiorxwx6d4
We also identify the key parameters that will influence the overall performance of the electronic market place. ... Specifically, we analyze a situation in which suppliers have the option of going to open market and selling their capacity at a market price. However, the supplier will incur search costs. ... The optimality condition is given by Proof of The supplier faces different sets of costs and risks in the open market and the electronic market. ...doi:10.2139/ssrn.2160711 fatcat:wmtwuqygjrafpgaz53ri5mvpaq
Geographically dispersed sellers in electronic reverse-marketplaces such as those hosted by Freemar-kets are uncertain about the number of others sellers in any given market session. ... While our work is motivated by a real-world electronic marketplace hosted by Freemarkets, results generated in this paper are applicable to any reverse-market setting. ... However, the financial markets and electronic reverse-markets differ structurally. ...doi:10.1287/mnsc.1060.0688 fatcat:uyswnszq6ndgplmm76banteely
(Q.E.D.) 4 MODEL OF NEUTRAL B2B INTERMEDIARIES 67 Appendix C Proof for Infeasibility of Zero Fractions of Participants in Electronic Markets (n., n, = 0) Proof. ... Proof. ...doi:10.1080/07421222.2002.11045734 fatcat:5dtqgc5dnvg3jaxmjoi3xvziiy
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