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Converters, emulators, or adapters can often make one technology partially compatible with another.
This paper presents a simple model of compatibility and bundling in industries where consumers assemble several necessary components into a system that is close to their ideal.
We study the introduction of a new product in a market with network externalities. There is a common presumption that such markets exhibit excess inertia, i.e.
In this paper we examine the software provision decision of software firms.
This article analyzes the competition and integration among complementary products that can be combined to create composite goods or systems.