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Opening Dot EU (B)
EURid considers possible market mechanisms to allocate initial domain names within the Internet's newly-created "dot EU." European Union regulations and community norms substantially constrain EURid's approach, preventing the use of the most natural economic mechanisms (such as auctions).
Keywords: Governing Rules, Regulations, and Reforms;
Edelman, Benjamin G. "Opening Dot EU (B)." Harvard Business School Supplement 908-053, April 2008. (Revised from original March 2008 version.)