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de Clippel, Geoffroy
Eliaz, Kfir
Knight, Brian
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Working Paper, Brown University, Department of Economics 2012-8
A key feature of arbitration is the possibility for conflicting parties to partake in the selection of the person who will rule the case. We analyze this problem of the selection of arbitrators from the perspective of implementation theory. Theoretical, empirical and experimental arguments are combined to highlight difficulties with a procedure that is commonly used in practice and to develop and identify better performing procedures.
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