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MATLAB/C code for GIG and BNLG common value auction specifications


  • Michael Gordy


  • Margaret Kyle


Implements "Computationally Convenient Distributional Assumptions for Common Value Auctions" by Michael B. Gordy, Federal Reserve Board FEDS 1997-5, January 1997.

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  • Michael Gordy & Margaret Kyle, 1997. "MATLAB/C code for GIG and BNLG common value auction specifications," Matlab codes gigbnlg, .
  • Handle: RePEc:cod:matlab:gigbnlg

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