Order aggressiveness and the diagonal effect in experimental double auction markets
This paper analyzes the behavior of players in experimental double auction markets. We show that the "diagonal effect", a well-known phenomenon observed in real markets, also shows up in experimental markets and is mainly due to order splitting.
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