Byung-Cheol Kim

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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. Abstract This paper analyzes the e¤ects of net neutrality regulation on investment incentives for(More)
We analyze the effect of net neutrality regulation in a two-sided market framework when content is heterogeneous in its sensitivity to delivery quality. We characterize the equilibrium in a neutral network constrained to offer the same quality vis-` a-vis a non-neutral network where Internet service providers (ISPs) are allowed to engage in second degree(More)
Molecular recognition of protonated aliphatic polyamines has been studied at calix[4]crown-5 self-assembled monolayer modified gold electrodes by electrochemical impedance spectroscopic (EIS) experiments. The energy of complex formation between the calix [4]crown-5 molecule and a series of alkyl ammonium ions was shown by molecular modeling and EIS(More)
Using data from the U.S. automobile market, we empirically examine the link between competition and innovation. Consistent with a large literature, we use patent counts as a measure of innovation. The combination of the U.S. market's economic importance, market dynamics, and the significant intertemporal fluctuations in firms' market shares and patents make(More)
The decision to request a preliminary injunction—a court order that bans a party from certain behavior until its lawfulness is ascertained in a final court ruling at trial—is an important litigation instrument in many areas of the law including antitrust, copyright, patents, trademarks, employment and labor relations as well as contracts. The process of(More)
Description This course is the first sequel to IO series. Topics include market structures and the strategic behavior of firms (monopoly, oligopoly, imperfect competition), research and development, adoption of new technologies, regulations, antitrust law and competition policy. Objective This course aims to equip Ph.D. students with a theoretical(More)