Why You Should Charge Your Friends for Borrowing Your Stuff

20 May 2017Kijung ShinEuiwoong LeeDhivya EswaranAriel D. Procaccia

We consider goods that can be shared with k-hop neighbors (i.e., the set of nodes within k hops from an owner) on a social network. We examine incentives to buy such a good by devising game-theoretic models where each node decides whether to buy the good or free ride... (read more)

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