The current issue of the Review of Network Economics is a special issue on "The Economics of Digital Business Models" that aims to define and understand new forms of digital intermediation and their corresponding business models. The issue comprises a selection of papers presented at the workshop, "The economics of e-intermediation: What is specific in digital business models?" held in Paris (June 2005). We wish to express our sincere thanks to Professors' Eric Brousseau and Thierry Pénard for organizing and putting together this fascinating special issue for the journal. They have provided their own introduction to the issue, which contains a brief overview of the various papers.
At the same time, we would like to remind readers of our call for papers for a new special issue on the controversial issue of "Net neutrality". We have three leading experts on Net neutrality to jointly guest edit the special issue. They are Professor of Economics at Georgetown University, Marius Schwartz, Professor and Executive Director of Silicon Flatirons Telecommunications Program at the University of Colorado, Phillip Weiser, and Professor and Executive Director of the Center for Communication Law and Policy at the University of Southern California, Simon Wilkie. More details are available on our announcements page here
. In the first instance, all submissions or questions about possible submissions should be directed to the editors of the journal.
Co-editors: John Panzar and Julian Wright
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