Questions tagged [markets]

A market is an institutional arrangement in which buyers and sellers exchange goods, services, or information in transactions with or without money.

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Auction mechanism with no trusted third-party

I have been using a double-auction mechanism to solve a two-sided market where multiple agents are competing to supply/use slices of a shared resource. The owner of the resource is a trustable third-...
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Why do co-ops dominate in certain markets rather than more-conventional enterprises?

Why do co-ops dominate in certain markets rather than more-conventional enterprises? For example, the US dairy processing market seems to be dominated co-ops like Land'O Lakes and Dairy Farmers of ...
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Europe not self-sufficient in terms of food requirements and consumption?

An acquaintance once told me that Europe is not self-sufficient in terms of food consumption as it does not have enough farmland and farmers to produce enough for all its people, especially in terms ...
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Demonstrating that markets yield productive and allocative efficiency to introductory students

Has anybody come across a nice, intuitive (i.e. neither formal nor technical) way to demonstrate how markets yield both productive and allocative efficiency? I suppose the allocative argument ...
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Fundamental Theorem of Asset Pricing (Linear Algebra)

I saw this question in a textbook that I was recently reading and don't really know how to aprpoach this problem. Let $H$ be a finite dimensional vector space with inner product ($\cdotp$, $\cdotp$)....
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Did I do something wrong in calculating the market equilibrium?

Sorry for asking such a silly question, but something seems odd about my answer to this question: Suppose that two consumers, Jeff and Walt, are the only consumers in the market for carrots. Jeff’...
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Understanding Options Quotes

Below is a picture of today's Rough Rice Options Quote. I would like to understand how to interpret the information in the table below. Firstly, with regards to the future contract we see that it ...
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residential property shares trading (similar to REIT)

This year in the UK a residential property crowdfunding platform propertypartner.co went live and I would like to understand it from economic point of view. The idea is that a flat/house is purchased ...
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Capital asset pricing model (CAPM) applied to countries

I'm struggling on trying to find a beta for an equially wighted profolio for three countries (A, B,C). All the data I'm given are montlhy retunrs of each countrys ...
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Decreasing consumption prices and increasing housing prices

It's election time in my country. The government boasts a decrease of 5% in consumption prices thanks to removing regulations, while the opposition blames the government for an increase of 5% in ...
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Does the property values (or rental price) of a neighborhood/region increase with new residents taking up empty lots or apartments changing residency?

Does research explore the idea that there is an association of house prices in an area or neighborhood with the influx of new residents? That is, if there are empty spaces in a neighborhood, or ...
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Wealth Distribution and market incompletness

From the literature of incomplete market (e.g. Aiyagary 1993,1994), it seems to be the case that: With complete markets, the capital distribution in the final steady state depends on the distribution ...
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Walras's law in a Fisher market

Walras's law is stated for an exchange market: each agent comes to the market with a certain endowment of each commodity, a price-vector is determined, and the demand of each agent is the best bundle ...
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Two-sided market and bargaining game

I am solving a bargaining problem in which I have two players $player_1 $ and $ player_2 $. Both of them have a service (represented as $ z_1 ,z_2 $) that they can provide . Moreover they will ...
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Are corporations free market on the outside and communist dictatorships on the inside?

See why we hate working for big companies What do you think of the proposition that Modern capitalism raises the flag of the free market while pitting centrally planned organisations against each ...
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In what contexts are stable markets sub-optimal?

My understanding is that market stability is a good thing, because it allows more reliable estimates of profits (revenues minus expenses) and expected return-on-investment related to new investments. ...
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What is the new price after an import quota?

For a small domestic market that can buy completely price elastic imports from the world, the price of the good will be at (P world). However, when there is an import quota of quantity (Q3 - Q2), why ...
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World company database?

I need to find the list of companies with their respective market caps and their sectors of activities. For now I have found these two links: • https://goo.gl/E8WJzu • http://goo.gl/vuHDuF But I ...
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How to model optimal market pricing?

I am interested in understanding how to mathematically model market interaction to optimize pricing strategy. In my model I have two kinds of knowledge: the market's order book and the price/volume ...
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References for “Capturing value”

I have seen in several places references to "capturing value". For example: Value Creation vs. Value Capture Work on Stuff that Matters: First Principles I think that such considerations are ...
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Analysis of exogenous shocks on equities

Real Life Problem This one is a tough one and some crowd sourcing seems like a good way to get some feedback. I am trying to determine the effect of Non-Farm Payroll surprises on a subsector of the ...
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Economic Model: Incentive Compatible Market Economy that Satisfies Basic Needs

The capitalism system relies on a monetary system for exchange of goods and services. This appears to cause a large number of problems. For example, we shun those that don't have money. Is there an ...
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How to research “the role of market analysis in small enterprises efficiency/ performance/ profitability in Afghanistan)

I’m a BBA student from Afghanistan and looking for a dissertation topic. My interest area is analyzing and managing businesses, specially small enterprises. This is an old topic to research I know, ...
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How Do I Numerically Represent Liquidity in the General Monetary Model Md = L(i) x PY

Please help me it's driving me mad yet I know it's so simple. I understand the qualitative aspects - how liquidity is simply a portion of our nominal income that we demand for transactions. And how ...
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How can the government or the institution classify the frim the price-fixing cartel with price-leadership model?

It really disturbs me that the dominance firm and the cartel quite hold a similar pattern of setting the price. ( in case of the cartel is not a monopoly ) When the government or the institution of ...
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What is the simplest yet most effective way of describing the incentives for specialization mathematically?

I'm trying to create a NETLOGO model of firms in a market and their decisions on whether to specialize or not. I find that it is a lot more difficult than I thought it would be. For example, trying to ...