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EMAC 2020 Annual Conference

Consequences of Remuneration Policies of Aggregators for Service Providers

Published: May 27, 2020


Janek Meyn, Kühne Logistics University; Michael Kandziora, University of Hamburg; Sönke Albers, Kühne Logistics University; Michel Clement, University of Hamburg, Germany


aggregators; remuneration; streaming


Today, aggregators face the problem of choosing between different policies for the remuneration of their supplying service providers. In this paper we will describe how these policies reflect the preferred allocation of the payments by the customers to the original service providers and what consequences different remuneration policies have for the supply of such services or the creation of digital media products. We will investigate these consequences in the context of the currently heavily debated business model of music streaming services. Here we find financial and cultural consequences of the dominant remuneration by proportional usage that lead to a change in how we consume music nowadays.