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By Karen Johnson, Lynn Gordon

Full of artistic feedback for either indoor and outdoors actions, this illustrated deck will offer concept while boredom moves. try out Treasure Hunt, mystery Writings, technology Cubes, and Nature Wind Chimes. excellent for any day—rain or shine—these playing cards will preserve children engaged and entertained.

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A BASIC MODEL OF SABOTAGE AND WELFARE We employ the basic Cournot model of WK, but add features that are essential for a welfare analysis. We focus only on the duopoly case in which there is a vertically integrated incumbent V and a single entrant E. V provides both an essential access good, priced at a regulated price w to E, as well as a complementary good, bundled with access. We assume some economies of scope across the bundled stages of production for V in that the unit cost of providing the access good is assumed to be c + e for E and c for V, where We define welfare in the usual manner, incorporating the additional costs of regulatory oversight.

4 Most sealed-bid procurements are multiattribute; this means that an evaluation of winners requires a subjective assessment of relative advantages of the alternative combinations of offers. As is discussed in more detail below, sealed-bid approaches have both advantages and limitations. The most common auction formats for selling multiple units of a single good, the English auction and variations thereof, seem especially poorly suited for situations in which a load is to be divided among multiple suppliers5.

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