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Understanding Auctions / by Asunción Mochón, Yago Sáez
(Springer Texts in Business and Economics. ISSN:21924341)

Publisher (Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer)
Year 2015
Edition 1st ed. 2015.
Authors *Mochón, Asunción author
Sáez, Yago author
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Media type 機械可読データファイル
Size XVII, 148 p. 18 illus. in color : online resource
Notes Auction Basics -- Standard Single-Unit Auctions -- Other Single-Unit Auctions -- Assigning Multiple Homogeneous Items in a Single Auction -- Sequential and Simultaneous Auctions -- Double Auctions -- Introduction to Combinatorial Auctions -- Combinatorial Auction Models -- Online Auctions.- References -- Glossary -- Index
In recent years, auctions have become an important field and many markets have designed new and sophisticated auction models to assign different types of items. The prime goal of this book is to set an organized classification of the main auction mechanisms in a way that readers can understand the importance of auction design and the advantages and drawbacks of each model. Given the relevance of the subject, there is a great volume of research about this topic. Nevertheless, most of these contributions use complex mathematical language difficult to understand for the average reader. In this book, the authors summarize the main ideas of the auction theory and explain them with simple language and plenty of examples. This book is a good starting point for any researcher interested in embracing the auction design as it also includes numerous real-world examples to engage the reader in the topic. “This book fills an important gap by making the main ideas and findings of auction research accessible.” Professor Paul Milgrom, Department of Economics, Stanford University
HTTP:URL=https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-08813-6
Subjects LCSH:Experimental economics
LCSH:Industrial organization
LCSH:Strategic planning
LCSH:Leadership
LCSH:Game theory
LCSH:Econometrics
FREE:Experimental Economics
FREE:Industrial Organization
FREE:Business Strategy and Leadership
FREE:Game Theory
FREE:Quantitative Economics
Classification LCC:HB131-147
DC23:330
ID 8000010227
ISBN 9783319088136

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