in 2005. Her research analyzes how the characteristics of Internet markets will affect consumer behavior, firm competition, and social welfare.
Peer-to-Peer networking is gaining popularity as a architecture for sharing information goods and other computing resources. However, these networks suffer from a high level of free-riding, whereby some users consume network resources without providing any network resources. The high levels of free-riding observed by several recent studies have led some to… (More)
Information technology-enabled markets enhance retailers' ability to collect, aggregate, and transfer consumer information. These technological capabilities have raised concerns that this information could be used in ways the consumer would not anticipate or authorize. These concerns have been met with a variety of proposals including approaches placing the… (More)