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Bargaining for Revenue Shares on Tree Trading Networks [article]

Arpita Ghosh, Satyen Kale, Kevin Lang, Benjamin Moseley
2013 arXiv   pre-print
bargaining amongst agents on the trade network.  ...  In this paper, we investigate how these revenue shares might be set via a natural bargaining process between agents on the tree, specifically, egalitarian bargaining between endpoints of each edge in the  ...  We are very grateful to Nikhil Devanur and Mohammad Mahdian for insightful discussions on network bargaining and cooperative games, and to Matt Jackson, Preston McAfee, Herve Moulin, Michael Schwarz, and  ... 
arXiv:1304.5822v1 fatcat:denzjxiuubfizny73yvqubeq74

A pricing strategy for job allocation in mobile grids using a non-cooperative bargaining theory framework

Preetam Ghosh, Nirmalya Roy, Sajal K. Das, Kalyan Basu
2005 Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing  
By drawing upon the Nash bargaining solution, we show how to derive a unified framework for addressing such issues as network efficiency, fairness, utility maximization, and pricing.  ...  is then used to effectively allocate jobs to the mobile devices with a goal to maximize the revenue for the grid users.  ...  SETI@Home, Condor [22] and Community, Coalition and Bartering MojoNation is a content-sharing community network. Here MojoNation [16] contributors can earn revenue by sharing storage.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jpdc.2005.05.013 fatcat:562wjtjo7jf75kvx5kgzqwixqu

Conservation of Damar Mata Kucing (Shorea javanica): A Review on the Aspect of Trade System

H Nur'aini, 1Graduate Program of Tropical Biodiversity Conservation, Faculty of Forestry and Environment, IPB University, Academic Ring Road, Campus IPB Dramaga, Bogor, Indonesia 16680
2020 Jurnal Manajemen Hutan Tropika  
Livelihood, limitation on capital, lack of information and networking, knowledge and abilities to tree management and harvested dammar, knowledge of another use of dammar gum, and the ability to use technology  ...  Farmer's share obtained by dammar farmers in this study was 55.30% on channel 1, 52.20% on channel 2, and 76.80% on channel 3.  ...  low bargaining position in trading channels.  ... 
doi:10.7226/jtfm.26.3.316 fatcat:ygmkyf46ffetngdjn6nkqntivy

Applications Barriers to Entry and Exclusive Vertical Contracts in Platform Markets

James E. Prieger, Wei-Min Hu
2007 Social Science Research Network  
Our investigation suggests that bargaining power enjoyed by the best software providers and the skewed distribution of game revenue prevents the foreclosure of rivals through exclusive contracting.  ...  We measure the impact on hardware demand of the indirect network effects from software.  ...  To control for endogeneity of the within group market share, we use the revenue-weighted average age of software available for a console.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1078628 fatcat:qch7jmd6yjcgdcumljdylpjm4q

Participation in the world's first clean development mechanism forest project: The role of property rights, social capital and contractual rules

Yazhen Gong, Gary Bull, Kathy Baylis
2010 Ecological Economics  
Since we refer to transaction costs as a specific set of costs associated with project implementation, and not those costs associated with bargaining, we use the term bargaining costs to capture search  ...  Using village-level surveys, we find that although the project facilitates participation through carbon pooling and a share-holding system, much of the project land remains unforested.  ...  Jintao Xu for their valuable comments.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ecolecon.2009.11.017 fatcat:nhmtkuh4rbbllepjv3o4obn42u

Speculation and Demand Reduction in English Clock Auctions with Resale

Krista Jabs Saral
2010 Social Science Research Network  
The revenue achieved in the initial auction depends on the behavior observed in the auction.  ...  Regardless of bargaining power, revenue is shown to decrease below what would have been earned in an English auction without resale due to demand reduction.  ...  The Reseller Advantage treatment shifted bargaining power to a 10% share for the …nal buyer and a 90% share for the reseller.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1694045 fatcat:bllh4mpwzbd2hn4cvpn4rkipcu

Information Diffusion and Revenue Optimization in Distribution Market

Bin Li, Dong Hao, Fan Liu, Hui Gao, Tao Zhou
2020 IEEE Access  
Even when there are costs for assisting in others' trades, this mechanism can encourage every intermediary to help spread the selling information, either or not she has personal preference of the commodity  ...  For more information, see  ...  Nevertheless, we show that for tree-structure networks IDM works.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.2976521 fatcat:a33jz7hxjjbf3ik2da5mc5d4li

Multi-Object Auctions with Resale: An Experimental Analysis

Marco Pagnozzi, Krista Jabs Saral
2013 Social Science Research Network  
The possibility of resale a¤ects bidders'strategies, and hence the allocation of the objects on sale and the seller's revenue.  ...  Our experimental design consists of four treatments: one without resale and three resale treatments that vary both the bargaining mechanism and the amount of information available in the resale market.  ...  In order to capture di¤erent bargaining mechanisms, we assume that bargaining in the resale market results in S obtaining a share of the gains from trade and W obtaining a share 1 of the gains from trade  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2198306 fatcat:y5pruzazlbhwlfwbbf4xcxuute

Network economics in cognitive networks

Chunxiao Jiang, Yan Chen, K. J. Ray Liu, Yong Ren
2015 IEEE Communications Magazine  
In order to enhance the spectrum management efficiency in cellular networks, the concept of "cognitive cellular networks" was introduced.  ...  Cellular networks are confronted with unprecedented pressure to accommodate the dramatically increasing demands of mobile Internet.  ...  On one hand, for the operators of cellular networks, their issues are to price the spectrum to maximize their own profit, and to offer appropriate contracts to attract more SUs.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2015.7105644 fatcat:dqqy777n3nadvozdwxjwhy35lm

Exploring the Linkage Between Commodity Chain Profile and Performance: A Case Study of Sawn Wood in Uganda

Robert Kyeyune Kambugu
2013 Open Forest Science Journal  
Production batches comprising of at least fifteen logs each were used at each unit to collect data on volume recovery factor, value addition and revenue distribution between participants in the unit's  ...  Results revealed a significant multivariate effect (p<0.05) for channel of operation on performance thus rejecting the null hypothesis.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors are grateful to School of Graduate studies, Makerere University for funding this study.  ... 
doi:10.2174/1874398601306010001 fatcat:4txw3akldjdh5p2fmrv4m44u2e

Uncertain Private Benefits and the Decision to Go Public

Olaf Ehrhardt, Henry Lahr
2007 Social Science Research Network  
This provides the basis for a differential stock price performance depending on the buyer taking over or not.  ...  The basic model by Zingales (1995) is extended to account for uncertainty of private benefits.  ...  For convenience, one can think of there always being a market where shares in the company could be traded after they have been offered at time 1.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1101989 fatcat:vii2vtm2lzdirfoxhydyymvp74

From Co-Management to Landscape Governance: Whither Ghana's Modified Taungya System?

Mirjam Ros-Tonen, Mercy Derkyi, Thomas Insaidoo
2014 Forests  
This paper aims to address the gap by exploring how a stalled co-management system for the reforestation of degraded forest areas-the modified taungya system (MTS) in Ghana-could be revitalised and redesigned  ...  Drawing on case studies and expert consultation, the performance of the national MTS and the MTS under the Community Forestry Management Project is reviewed with regard to five principles (integrated approach  ...  ; Tropenbos International-Ghana for logistic and financial support to the fieldwork carried out for the case studies; Ton Dietz for valuable inputs during the implementation, data analysis and write up  ... 
doi:10.3390/f5122996 fatcat:cfcb4wikj5htdc5uupgnmunjru

Game theory for cognitive radio networks: An overview

Beibei Wang, Yongle Wu, K.J. Ray Liu
2010 Computer Networks  
sharing schemes in future wireless networks.  ...  As network users need to adapt their operating parameters to the dynamic environment, who may pursue different goals, traditional spectrum sharing approaches based on a fully cooperative, static, and centralized  ...  all network users and a higher revenue for the entire network.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comnet.2010.04.004 fatcat:vz2u2cfujjckjkdnplvvozbxhq

The political economy of coffee, dictatorship, and genocide

Philip Verwimp
2003 European Journal of Political Economy  
This research benefited from funding by the Fund for Scientific Research of the regional Government of Flanders (Belgium).  ...  The author thanks Frans Spinnewyn, Ronald Wintrobe, Arye Hillman, Lode Berlage, James Robinson, two anonymous referees, and seminar participants for helpful comments.  ...  Some fertilizer was also distributed on the condition that it would only be used for the coffee trees.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0176-2680(02)00166-0 fatcat:qaizryowtrbbrh52udlcbsuppy

How Worker Participation Affects Reciprocity Under Minimum Remuneration Policies: Experimental Evidence

Katrin KKhler, Beatrice Pagel, Holger Andreas Rau
2015 Social Science Research Network  
In the worker-participation treatment, workers bargain with the employer on the enforcement of the policy. In the control treatment the policy is exogenously introduced.  ...  Thus, worker participation may be an effective means for maintaining reciprocity under minimum remuneration policies. JEL Classification: C91, J31, J33, M52  ...  This holds for a remuneration of 40% and 50% and for the cases where employers allocated a share of revenue of at least 80%.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2695810 fatcat:ktmyjaivlbhqnko2mlfymjoveq
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