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 group of firms considers collaborating on a project which requires putting together elements held by some of them. These elements are nonrival but excludable goods i.e. public goods with exclusion for instance knowledge, data or information, patents or copyrights. The present paper addresses the question of how firms should be compensated for the goods(More)
We put forward a model of private goods with externalities. Agents derive benefit from communicating with each other. In order to communicate they need to operate on a common platform. Adopting new platforms is costly. We first provide an algorithm that determines the efficient outcome. Then we prove that no individually rational and feasible Groves(More)
A set of agents with possibly different waiting costs have to receive the same service one after the other. Efficiency requires to maximize total welfare. Equity requires to at least treat equal agents equally. One must form a queue, set up monetary transfers to compensate agents having to wait, and not a priori arbitrarily exclude agents from positions. As(More)
A set of agents with possibly different waiting costs have to receive the same service one after the other. Efficiency requires to maximize total welfare. Equity requires to at least treat equal agents equally. One must form a queue, set up monetary transfers to compensate agents having to wait, and not a priori arbitrarily exclude agents from positions. As(More)
After finishing his higher secondary education there, he attended Bo˘ gaziçi University , Istanbul, from 1993 to 1998, and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics. He began graduate studies in Bo˘ gaziçi University, Is-tanbul, and received a Master of Arts degree in Economics in 2000. He came to the University of Rochester in the fall of(More)
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