A peer-to-peer system as an exchange economy

  title={A peer-to-peer system as an exchange economy},
  author={Christina Aperjis and R. Johari},
  booktitle={GameNets '06},
  • Christina Aperjis, R. Johari
  • Published in GameNets '06 2006
  • Economics
  • We formulate a peer-to-peer system for filesharing as an exchange economy: a price is associated with each file, and users exchange files only when they can afford it. This formulation solves the free-riding problem, since uploading files is a necessary condition for being able to download. However, we do not explicitly introduce a currency; users must upload files in order to earn a budget for downloading. We discuss existence, uniqueness, and dynamic stability of the competitive equilibrium… CONTINUE READING
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