Second Annual Conference on Internet Search and Innovation

Chicago, Illinois
07 June 2011
Hosted By: the Northwestern University School of Law

On 7-8 June 2011, the Northwestern University School of Law hosted a conference in Chicago on internet search and innovation. NERA Special Consultant Michael Baye, the Bert Elwert Professor of Business at Indiana University's Kelley School of Business, participated in a session entitled "Antitrust and Internet Search." Professor Baye presented "On the Optimality of Clickthrough Fees in Online Markets," a paper he co-authored with Professor Cathy Gao of the University of Miami-Ohio and Professor John Morgan of the University of California-Berkeley. Their paper examines optimal fee structures in two-sided markets when there is a monopoly platform.

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