Discriminatory auction, Game Theory

 

A multiunit auction that during which within which  each winning bidder pays a unique worth which depends on the particular bid placed by every winning participant. Alternatively, a multiunit auction may be of uniform worth during which all winning bidders pay identical quantity. 

 

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