Eve Ramaekers

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A set of agents with different waiting costs have to receive a service of equal length of time from a single provider which can serve only one agent at a time. One needs to form a queue and set up monetary transfers to compensate the agents who have to wait. We analyze rules that are efficient, fair, and immune to strategic behavior. We prove that no rule(More)
A community faces the obligation of providing an indivisible public good that each of its members is able to provide at a certain cost. The solution is to rely on the member who can provide the public good at the lowest cost, with a due compensation from the other members. This problem has been studied in a non-cooperative setting by Kleindorfer and Sertel(More)
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