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By Timothy N. Cason, Charles Noussair (auth.), Prof. Timothy Cason, Associate Prof. Charles Noussair (eds.)

Experimental equipment are actually a mainstream empirical method in economics. The papers during this quantity symbolize a few contemporary advancements in examine on experimental markets. The articles span quite a few subject matters relating to experimental markets, together with auctions, taxation, institutional variations, coordination in markets, and studying. members to the quantity contain the various so much exceptional researchers within the area.

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Since ret) depends on both the mean and variance of prices, ret) = 0 only for a zero variance price series at the CE. This occurred only twice in the 170 total trading periods used in this study. • "... 2 .. :........... ·.. - .... Number of Trades ",. - r-'''- ..... I 9 10 11 10 i 11 10 I i I ........ 8 ! J .... I 2 . L. J U I ... .. .... 8 i 11 10 11 I 12 12 Number of Trades Figure 7. Prices in markets A (left) and B (right) for experiment 4pda08 8 These sample distributions use all price observations (except as noted in footnote 5) rather than the fifteen period-mean prices.

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The labels above (below) the demand (cost) curve(s) refer to the buyer (seller) to whom the unit belongs. 7 For simplicity of exposition, it assumes seller j chooses the optimal quantity 7 This is easily derived for the two-buyer treatments. The extension to the four -buyer case involves a probabilistic assessment of the different possible orderings of the non-identical buyers. A proof that the best-response function remains unchanged is contained in an earlier version of this paper available for download from the author's website.

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