Internet Economics

January/February 2016

IEEE Internet Computing magazine cover

The Internet has facilitated the creation of economies that might have been previously unimaginable — ranging from targeted online advertising to crowdsourcing to peer-to-peer lending and digital currencies — and the Internet is only growing in scale. This special issue discusses the modeling, analysis, and design of Internet-specific economic activity, considering research challenges surrounding both Internet economies that are "in plain sight" and "undercover." Read full article »

About IEEE Internet Computing

IEEE Internet Computing covers all aspects of Internet computing, from programming and standards to security and networking. Published bimonthly, the magazine offers peer-reviewed feature, department, and column articles for both industry and academic readers.

Articles from IEEE Internet Computing

Microbloggers as Sensors for Public Transport Breakdowns

Microbloggers as Sensors for Public Transport Breakdowns

Microbloggers on Twitter and other social media have the ability to detect breakdowns in a public transport network in real time, beyond official surveillance information. Read full article »

Natural Interaction with Visualization Systems

Natural Interaction with Visualization Systems

Interactive visualization is improving with the daily emergence of new input devices and interaction techniques. Read full article »


Calls for Nominations

Calls for Papers


CFP for the First IEEE/ACM Symposium on Edge Computing

Charles Petrie's interviews with leading thinkers from the early days of the Internet.

Trend Wars interviews by Dejan Milojicic

The Functional Web podcast by Steve Vinoski


Video: IEEE Computer Society and ACM Presidents in Conversation