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06/14/2001 10:26 PM by Pedro Dal Bó; transportation and oligopoly
A market in which there is a small number of firms competing is called oligopoly and has been studied in the first game theoretical work ever by Cournot in the nineteen century. For a more recent approach see the famous Industrial
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06/13/2001 03:20 AM by Kedar Nadkarni; game theory applied to a transport problem
Is there any literature available on the following transport problem or even
anything remotely similar?
several truckers are operating in a network transporting goods from one place to the other.their interests naturally clash as a result of there being
a finite amount of goods to be transported. do there exist any game theoretic models capturing the essence of the above situation? [Manage messages]