Yankee auction, Game Theory

 

Yankee auction typically implies a multiunit discriminatory English auction. not like a Vickrey auction where every winning bidder pays identical worth for every unit, in a very yank auction, bidders pay amounts equal to their (possibly different) bids.

 

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