Weonseek Kim

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In this paper, we study the pricing of Internet services under monopoly and duopoly environments using an analytic model in which a service provider and users try to maximize their respective payoffs. We compare a few popular pricing schemes, including flat, volume-based, two-part, and nonlinear tariffs, with respect to revenue, social welfare, and user(More)
—In this paper, we study the pricing of Internet services under monopoly and duopoly environments using a game-theoretic model in which a service provider and users all try to maximize their payoffs. First, we compare a few popular pricing schemes, including flat, volume-based, two-part and nonlinear tariffs with respect to revenue, social welfare and user(More)
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