Compatibility, Standardization, and Network Effects: Some Policy Implications
AbstractGiven the dramatic growth of the Internet and information-technology industries in general, and the importance of interconnection in these networks, the economics of compatibility and standardization has become mainstream economics. In this paper, I examine several key policy aspects of standard setting in industries with network effects. Copyright 2002, Oxford University Press.
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