Bidding in Common Value Auctions: How the Commercial Construction Industry Corrects for the Winner's Curse
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- Douglas Dyer & John Kagel, 1996. "Bidding in common value auctions: How the commercial construction industry corrects for the winner's curse," Framed Field Experiments 00144, The Field Experiments Website.
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