On the integration of Shapley–Scarf markets

Rajnish Kumar, Kriti Manocha, Josue Ortega*

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Abstract

We study the welfare consequences of merging Shapley–Scarf markets. Market integration can lead to large welfare losses and make the vast majority of agents worse-off, but is on average welfare-enhancing and makes all agents better off ex-ante. The number of agents harmed by integration is a minority when all markets are small or agents’ preferences are highly correlated.
Original languageEnglish
Article number102637
JournalJournal of mathematical economics
Early online date13 Jan 2022
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Publication statusEarly online date - 13 Jan 2022

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