Optimal Pricing and Cost Recoverability in Distributed Database Environment with Value and Cost Externalities
We study an optimal pricing scheme in an internal distributed database environment with many users. The pricing scheme is an extension of the congestion externality pricing proposed by Mendelson . Our model captures not only the congestion externality but also the network externality among users and valuation gap between users and the firm.
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