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Schmidtke, Richard (2006): New Forms of Competition - How Markets work in the Information Society. Dissertation, LMU München: Faculty of Economics
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Abstract

In this study we analyze how markets work in the Information Society. In particular we concentrate on three important markets: the software market, the broadcasting market and "technology markets" where intellectual property rights can be traded. All these markets are characterized by modes of competition that are rather unorthodox and beyond simple Cournot or Bertrand models. Therefore, extended models are needed to gain insights about competition in the Information Society.