Manipulation via Endowments in a Market with Profit Maximizing Agents
AbstractIn this paper we show that it is possible to manipulate market equilibria in an economy with profit maximizing agents (or agents with quasi-linear utility functions) by either destroying or withholding ones initial endowments.
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profit maximization; market equilibrium; manipulation via endowments;
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