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Friday, December 7, 2018

The Modern Industrial Organization Theory of Media Markets and Competition Policy Implications

Oliver Budzinski, Ilmenau University of Technology and Bjoern A. Kuchinke, Ilmenau University of Technology write on The Modern Industrial Organization Theory of Media Markets and Competition Policy Implications.

ABSTRACT: This paper outlines the modern industrial organization theory of media markets including competition policy implications. After recapturing fundamentals of industrial organization theory in a non-technical way, the state of the art of (i) modern platform economics, (ii) the economics of the so-called sharing economy, and (iii) the economics of data-based business models and data-driven markets is summarized in a detailed way and illustrated by modern media examples.

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