Internet Economics: A Survey Networked Life CIS 112 Spring 2008 Prof. Michael Kearns Modern Networks are Economic Systems (whether we like it or not) Highly decentralized and diverse allocation of scarce resources; conflicting incentives
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need to reach some other part of the Internet
improve end-to-end customer performance
avoid payments to upstream providers
How to route the traffic?
today: early-exit routing to use less bandwidth
tomorrow: negotiate for lower total resource usage?Economic Incentives for Peering