Impact of information feedback on bid characteristics in continuous combinatorial auctions

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Abstract

Combinatorial auctions represent a sophisticated market mechanism that has been shown to enhance the economic efficiency of a trade when goods have complementarities. However, the complexity of participation in such auctions has inhibited their general use in the online marketplace. In order to better understand the dynamics of these auctions, based on infrastructure developed in earlier research, we test the effects of varying levels of feedback upon characteristics of bids in a continuous combinatorial auction. We use cluster analysis to categorize bids into four distinct groups in each of the three treatments that correspond to the three feedback policies. We show that, certain types of bids have a greater potential to garner profits for bidders; however, bidders' ability to exploit available information can be influenced by the amount and type of information provided to them.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationWITS 2007 - Proceedings, 17th Annual Workshop on Information Technologies and Systems
PublisherSocial Science Research Network
Pages109-114
Number of pages6
StatePublished - Jan 1 2007
Event17th Workshop on Information Technologies and Systems, WITS 2007 - Montreal, QC, Canada
Duration: Dec 8 2007Dec 9 2007

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Other17th Workshop on Information Technologies and Systems, WITS 2007
CountryCanada
CityMontreal, QC
Period12/8/0712/9/07

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Adomavicius, G., Curley, S. P., Gupta, A., & Sanyal, P. (2007). Impact of information feedback on bid characteristics in continuous combinatorial auctions. In WITS 2007 - Proceedings, 17th Annual Workshop on Information Technologies and Systems (pp. 109-114). Social Science Research Network.

Impact of information feedback on bid characteristics in continuous combinatorial auctions. / Adomavicius, Gediminas; Curley, Shawn P; Gupta, Alok; Sanyal, Pallab.

WITS 2007 - Proceedings, 17th Annual Workshop on Information Technologies and Systems. Social Science Research Network, 2007. p. 109-114.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Adomavicius, G, Curley, SP, Gupta, A & Sanyal, P 2007, Impact of information feedback on bid characteristics in continuous combinatorial auctions. in WITS 2007 - Proceedings, 17th Annual Workshop on Information Technologies and Systems. Social Science Research Network, pp. 109-114, 17th Workshop on Information Technologies and Systems, WITS 2007, Montreal, QC, Canada, 12/8/07.
Adomavicius G, Curley SP, Gupta A, Sanyal P. Impact of information feedback on bid characteristics in continuous combinatorial auctions. In WITS 2007 - Proceedings, 17th Annual Workshop on Information Technologies and Systems. Social Science Research Network. 2007. p. 109-114
Adomavicius, Gediminas ; Curley, Shawn P ; Gupta, Alok ; Sanyal, Pallab. / Impact of information feedback on bid characteristics in continuous combinatorial auctions. WITS 2007 - Proceedings, 17th Annual Workshop on Information Technologies and Systems. Social Science Research Network, 2007. pp. 109-114
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