Integrating Segregated Markets

Dan Ladley, Seth Bullock

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    In many cases real markets are segregated to some extent by constraints on who is readily able to trade and communicate with whom. Here we model this kind of segregation within a market constrained by an underlying network topology. We quantify the impact of segregation on market convergence, and explore the extent to which it is redressed by a broadcast mechanism intended to mimic the presence of information sources that are widely consulted, but imperfect, and slow to react to market change.
    Original languageUndefined/Unknown
    JournalInternational Transactions on Systems Science and Applications
    Issue number1
    Publication statusPublished - 2007

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