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Informationen sind anders: Was bei einer ökonomischen Analyse von Wissenschaft und Internet zu beachten ist

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  • Dilger, Alexander

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Informationen sind anders als normale, insbesondere private Güter, was bei der ökonomischen Analyse zu berücksichtigen ist. An den Beispielen Wissenschaft und Internet werden einige Besonderheiten von Informationen vorgestellt und Folgerungen daraus gezogen. -- Information are different from normal, especially private goods. This has to be considered in an economic analysis. Using science and the internet as examples, some specific characteristics of information are presented and implications are derived.

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Paper provided by University of Münster, Institute for Organisational Economics in its series Discussion Papers of the Institute for Organisational Economics with number 6/2014.

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