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Advertising via wireless networks
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The subscriber growth of wireless networks has created an increasing demand for wireless (mobile) advertising. Expand
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Design of a shopbot and recommender system for bundle purchases
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The increasing proliferation of online shopping and purchasing has naturally led to a growth in the popularity of comparison-shopping search engines, popularly known as "shopbots". Expand
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Understanding Willingness-to-Pay Formation of Repeat Bidders in Sequential Online Auctions
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A growing number of vendors are using a sequence of online auctions to sell large inventories of identical items. Expand
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Monetary donations to an open source software platform
Online open source software platforms, such as Sourceforge.net, play a vital role in creating an ecosystem that enables the creation and growth of open source projects. However, there is littleExpand
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Admediation: New Horizons in Effective Email Advertising
Using incentive-based approaches to match interested buyers and sellers.
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Bidding Behavior Evolution in Sequential Auctions: Characterization and Analysis
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We find that bidders' demand, participation experience, and auction design parameters affect their choice of bidding strategies. Expand
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Economics of first-contact email advertising
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We analyze the underlying economics of a business model termed admediation that facilitates effective first-contact email advertising. Expand
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Acceptance of monetary rewards in open source software development
The open source software (OSS) movement thrives on innovation and volunteer effort of developers. Scholars have expressed widespread concern about the sustainability of the OSS movement due to highExpand
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Optimal Lot Sizing Policies For Sequential Online Auctions
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This study proposes methods for determining the optimal lot sizes for sequential auctions that are conducted to sell sizable quantities of an item. Expand
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