Transfer Implementation in Congestion Games
Dynamic Games and Applications, Volume 5, Issue 2, 2015, Pages 228-238.
We study an implementation problem faced by a planner who can influence selfish behavior in a roadway network. It is commonly known that Nash equilibrium does not necessarily minimize the total latency on a network and that levying a tax on road users that is equal to the marginal congestion effect each user causes implements the optimal ...More
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