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DATE

1994-01

AUTHORS

Kemal Güler, Charles R. Plott, Quang H. Vuong

ABSTRACT

This paper applies an experimental testbed methodology to the evaluation of a proposed mechanism for allocating the right to land at the New York airports. The mechanism is called a “zero-out auction” because it is supposed to allocate the rights efficiently like an auction while leaving all of the consumer's surplus with the buyers (as opposed to allocating some to the seller as would be the case with an ordinary auction). A new behavioral hypothesis is introduced to account for limited rationality of individuals and unusual behaviors of the process. The axiom, called theunbiased expectations hypothesis, does a good job of modeling individual behavior in the context of a game model. More... »

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67-104

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1988. Inflation and Expectations in Experimental Markets in BOUNDED RATIONAL BEHAVIOR IN EXPERIMENTAL GAMES AND MARKETS
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