Empirical-legal research on online price discrimination
How do Dutch companies perceive online price discrimination? Kimia Heidary, Bart Custers, Helen Pluut and Jean-Pierre van der Rest recently published an article on this topic.
In a recently published article in Computer Law & Security Review, Kimia Heidary, Bart Custers, Helen Pluut and Jean-Pierre van der Rest write about the findings of the interviews they conducted with various Dutch companies and experts about the phenomenon called online price discrimination. How do companies actually view this practice?
Various themes are discussed in the interviews, such as factors that might hold back companies from engaging in the practice, the forms of price discrimination we can expect in the future and the role that companies see for classic regulation. This is the first study to focus on corporate perspectives, adding a novel context to the consumer-centric debate surrounding the topic.
Read the full article here.