Detecting price and search discrimination on the internet

@inproceedings{Mikians2012DetectingPA,
  title={Detecting price and search discrimination on the internet},
  author={Jakub Mikians and L{\'a}szl{\'o} Gyarmati and Vijay Erramilli and Nikolaos Laoutaris},
  booktitle={HotNets},
  year={2012}
}
Price discrimination, setting the price of a given product for each customer individually according to his valuation for it, can benefit from extensive information collected online on the customers and thus contribute to the profitability of e-commerce services. Another way to discriminate among customers with different willingness to pay is to steer them towards different sets of products when they search within a product category (i.e., search discrimination). Our main contribution in this… CONTINUE READING
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