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    • Balancing supply and demand under bilateral constraints 

      Bochet, O.; İlkılıç, R.; Moulin, H.; Sethuraman, J. (Econometric Society, 2012)
      In a moneyless market, a nondisposable homogeneous commodity is reallocated between agents with single-peaked preferences. Agents are either suppliers or demanders. Transfers between a supplier and a demander are feasible ...
    • Essays on bilateral trade with discrete types 

      Mohammadinezhad, Kamyar Kargar (Bilkent University, 2019-10)
      Bilateral trade is probably the most common market interaction problem and can be considered as the simplest form of two sided markets where a seller and a buyer bargain over an indivisible object subject to incomplete ...
    • Regional transport infrastructure and trade flows in the EU 

      Özcan, Berrin (Bilkent University, 2021-08)
      How does regional transport infrastructure affect bilateral trade flows? An extensive literature on infrastructure and trade flows has attempted to answer this question by using country level or regional data. This current ...
    • Robust trading mechanisms over 0/1 polytopes 

      Pınar, Mustafa Çelebi (Springer New York LLC, 2018)
      The problem of designing a trade mechanism (for an indivisible good) between a seller and a buyer is studied in the setting of discrete valuations of both parties using tools of finite-dimensional optimization. A robust ...
    • Turkey’s strategic trade policy alternatives in a world of multi-polar trade blocs: lessons from an intertemporal, multi-region general equilibrium model 

      Diao, Xinshen; Yeldan, A. Erinç (Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001)
      Turkey has initiated its process of liberalization and integration with the world commodity and financial markets in January, 1980. With an over-reaching reform agenda, first the existing system of multiple exchange system ...