Power-Law Distributions in a Two-Sided Market and Net Neutrality

Abstract

“Net neutrality” often refers to the policy dictating that an Internet service provider (ISP) cannot charge content providers (CPs) for delivering their content to consumers. Many past quantitative models designed to determine whether net neutrality is a good idea have been rather equivocal in their conclusions. Here we propose a very simple twosided market… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-662-54110-4_5

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@inproceedings{Deng2016PowerLawDI, title={Power-Law Distributions in a Two-Sided Market and Net Neutrality}, author={Xiaotie Deng and Zhe Feng and Christos H. Papadimitriou}, booktitle={WINE}, year={2016} }