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The effect of personalized ranking in online retail on consumer welfare.
When a group of people with different preferences conduct a search together, they can benefit from committing to the number of products to search ex ante.
This paper presents empirical evidence and develops a repeated-game model for manufacturer–retailer relationships and demonstrates that these relationships limit the impact of regulations.
We study an online retail marketplace’s incentive to manipulate sellers’ product attractiveness to consumers (e.g., through fake sales, fake reviews, or dishonest endorsement) and sellers’ placement ranking.
This research shows when, why, and how a research bias during the product development process can lead to increased or decreased likelihood of investing in inclusive product design.
This paper studies the optimal design of a paywall when consumers endogenously determine their amount of content consumption.
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