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A Review of the 10-40 GHz Auction

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In February 2008, Ofcom’s 10-40 GHz auction concluded. This was Ofcom’s first combinatorial clock auction. The auction used an innovative format intended to encourage an efficient assignment of the 27 lots. Each of the ten bidders won one or more lots. All 27 lots were assigned. This note briefly reviews the auction.

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Paper provided by University of Maryland, Department of Economics - Peter Cramton in its series Papers of Peter Cramton with number 08rtfghz.

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Length: 10 pages
Date of creation: 2008
Date of revision: 2008
Publication status: Published in Office of Communications, United Kingdom, September 2008
Handle: RePEc:pcc:pccumd:08rtfghz

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Keywords: Auctions; spectrum auctions; market design; package auction; clock auction; combinatorial auction;

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