Reallocation Problems in Agent Societies: A Local Mechanism to Maximize Social Welfare
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- Davide Secchi & Raffaello Seri, 2017. "Controlling for false negatives in agent-based models: a review of power analysis in organizational research," Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory, Springer, vol. 23(1), pages 94-121, March.
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KeywordsResource Allocation; Negotiation; Social Welfare; Agent Society; Behavior; Emergence;
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