Auction Allocation

Earlier today, the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences was awarded to Americans Robert Wilson and Paul Milgrom, both professors at Stanford for their work in improving and designing auctions; a branch of game theory made famous by John (A Beautiful Mind) Nash. Auctions are used to allocate public goods like mobile phone spectrum and airport landing rights. These are superb examples of economics designing markets to solve practical problems.                       

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