Asymmetric Information and International Tradable Quota Treaties. An experimental evaluation
This paper reports an experimental test of international quota trading on a market characterised by several dominant traders. Asymmetric information regarding quota demand and supply imply true market-clearing prices which differ from an expected competitive quota price. However, in the experiment the expected price level emerges as a focal point on which the bulk of quota trade contracts are keyed. Thus, incomplete price discovery obtains.
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