The Entertainment Conundrum: How video content providers and highly demanded products can compete in the future

By Nathan Mass. Stanford University.

The entertainment industry and its predominant content providers have found themselves in an unusual predicament. Continue reading The Entertainment Conundrum: How video content providers and highly demanded products can compete in the future

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The Dairy Cliff: The Economic Significance of Permanent Agricultural Law in America

By Rebecca Deubler. Stanford University.

Recent focus on the fiscal cliff has overshadowed a less publicized but highly significant development that will occur on October 1 if Congress fails to act. Continue reading The Dairy Cliff: The Economic Significance of Permanent Agricultural Law in America

Long Tails and Superstars: The Impact of Collaborative Filtering across Online Platforms

By Henry Z. Tang. Stanford University.

Collaborative filtering (CF) is an ongoing development in the algorithms used for online recommendation systems that have become both a complement to and substitute for traditional search on online marketplaces Continue reading Long Tails and Superstars: The Impact of Collaborative Filtering across Online Platforms