Optimal bilateral trade of multiple objects
AbstractWe study a private-values buyer-seller problem with multiple objects. Valuations are binary and i.i.d. We construct mechanisms that span the set of all Pareto-efficient outcomes. The induced trading rules for objects are linked in a simple way.
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Volume (Year): 71 (2011)
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Bilateral trade Multiple objects Buyer-seller problem Bargaining Mechanism design Private values;
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