Game Theory Auctions Continued at HelpWithAssignment

 As we have discussed about Auction games in our previous articles, we shall now speak about the background of these auction games.

We have discussed that there are 4 types of auctions

First Price Auction;

Second Price Auction:

All-Pay Auction:


In these type of auctions we have seen that in the First Price Auction, the item is sold to the bidder who quotes the highest price.

In the Second Price Auction, the item is sold to the bidder who quotes the highest amount but he will pay the second highest price that was quoted.

In All-Pay Auction, all the bidders will write down their numbers but, the item is sold to the highest quotation. But all the bidders will have to pay even though they have not received the item.

In Lottery, all the bidders will have an equal chance of winning the item. All of the bidders will pay their share of the price, but only one person will receive the item. So, there is a chance that anyone in the bid can win the lottery.

Here, we have discovered a fact: the first three types of auctions, all resulted in the same revenue for the seller, but the fourth auction type did not result in the same revenue. Furthermore, the first three auction types always sold the good to the buyer who had the highest value of an item, but in lottery, if both buyers enter, there is a chance that the buyer whose value is lower can also win the lottery.

We will use the technique of mechanism design and apply this technique for the design of auctions. We will use techniques to determine which auction format will raise the most revenues for the seller among all the conceivable auction formats.

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