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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: VDM Verlag, Paperback, 88 Seiten, L=220mm, B=150mm, H=5mm, Gew.=147gr, [GR: 17890 - HC/Wirtschaft/Sonstiges], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: The purpose of our work is to give an overview of the theoretical and empirical literature on direct and indirect network effects and to use the insights gained from this review to develop a model suitable for numerical simulation. This model would allow us to measure the impact of a number of environmental parameters on the adoption process, as well as to the possibility of negative impacts of standardisation, namely the possibility that a technological standard emerges, which later on in the process proves to be inferior, and that the development of the market might depend on stochastic results early on in the development of a market. Based on this review of literature, we develop our own model. Here, consumers belong either to the group of innovators, who do not care for network effects, or to the group of imitators, who take network effects into account. It will be supposed that the incumbent technology was the monopolist, which faces new competition from a competing technology, which has a lower value in direct utility, but a higher growth rate of technology so that it will eventually overtake the incumbent and become the new superior technology. The purpose of our work is to give an overview of the theoretical and empirical literature on direct and indirect network effects and to use the insights gained from this review to develop a model suitable for numerical simulation. This model would allow us to measure the impact of a number of environmental parameters on the adoption process, as well as to the possibility of negative impacts of standardisation, namely the possibility that a technological standard emerges, which later on in the process proves to be inferior, and that the development of the market might depend on stochastic results early on in the development of a market. Based on this review of literature, we develop our own model. Here, consumers belong either to the group of innovators, who do not care for network effects, or to the group of imitators, who take network effects into account. It will be supposed that the incumbent technology was the monopolist, which faces new competition from a competing technology, which has a lower value in direct utility, but a higher growth rate of technology so that it will eventually overtake the incumbent and become the new superior technology.

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A Monte-Carlo Analysis The purpose of our work is to give an overview of thetheoretical and empirical literature on direct andindirect network effects and to use the insightsgained from this review to develop amodel suitable for numerical simulation. This modelwould allow us to measure the impact of a number ofenvironmental parameters on the adoption process, aswell as to the possibility of negative impacts ofstandardisation, namely the possibility that atechnological standard emerges, which later on in theprocess proves to be inferior, and that thedevelopment of the market might depend on stochasticresults early on in the developmentof a market.Based on this review of literature, we develop ourown model. Here, consumers belong either to the groupof innovators, who do not care for network effects,or to the group of imitators, who takenetwork effects into account. It will be supposedthat the incumbent technology was themonopolist, which faces new competition from acompeting technology, which has a lower value indirect utility, but a higher growth rate oftechnology so that it will eventually overtake theincumbent and become the new superior technology. Bücher / Fremdsprachige Bücher / Englische Bücher 978-3-639-09199-1, VDM Verlag

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The purpose of our work is to give an overview of thetheoretical and empirical literature on direct andindirect network effects and to use the insightsgained from this review to develop amodel suitable for numerical simulation. This modelwould allow us to measure the impact of a number ofenvironmental parameters on the adoption process, aswell as to the possibility of negative impacts ofstandardisation, namely the possibility that atechnological standard emerges, which later on in theprocess proves to be inferior, and that thedevelopment of the market might depend on stochasticresults early on in the developmentof a market.Based on this review of literature, we develop ourown model. Here, consumers belong either to the groupof innovators, who do not care for network effects,or to the group of imitators, who takenetwork effects into account. It will be supposedthat the incumbent technology was themonopolist, which faces new competition from acompeting technology, which has a lower value indirect utility, but a higher growth rate oftechnology so that it will eventually overtake theincumbent and become the new superior technology. A Monte-Carlo Analysis Buch (fremdspr.) Bücher>Fremdsprachige Bücher>Englische Bücher, VDM Verlag

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Adoption of System Goods

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9783639091991

The purpose of our work is to give an overview of the theoretical and empirical literature on direct and indirect network effects and to use the insights gained from this review to develop a model suitable for numerical simulation. This model would allow us to measure the impact of a number of environmental parameters on the adoption process, as well as to the possibility of negative impacts of standardisation, namely the possibility that a technological standard emerges, which later on in the process proves to be inferior, and that the development of the market might depend on stochastic results early on in the development of a market. Based on this review of literature, we develop our own model. Here, consumers belong either to the group of innovators, who do not care for network effects, or to the group of imitators, who take network effects into account. It will be supposed that the incumbent technology was the monopolist, which faces new competition from a competing technology, which has a lower value in direct utility, but a higher growth rate of technology so that it will eventually overtake the incumbent and become the new superior technology.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9783639091991
ISBN (ISBN-10): 363909199X
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2008
Herausgeber: VDM Verlag
88 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,147 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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