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. One of the economic advantages of behavioral price-discrimination is that it creates an incentive to reduce social risk. One of the moral advantages of behavioral price discrimination is that it means individuals causing more social risk pay a higher

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): Network Competition: II. Price Discrimination. The RAND Journal of Economics , 29(1): 38–56. Tirole J. Network Competition: II. Price Discrimination The

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