Games of sharing airport costs
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In this study, noncooperative games defined for various cooperative solution concepts in airport problems have been addressed. The existence of a relationship between the design of the games and the equilibrium outcomes has been investigated. This study explores the conditions where, in a noncooperative game designed with downstream-subtraction consistent or uniform-subtraction consistent solution concept, the cost allocation proposed by this cooperative solution concept appears as the Nash outcome. Then, the uniqueness of this equilibrium has been examined.