Concordance Among Holdouts


E. Glen Weyl, a junior fellow at the Harvard Society of Fellows, presents his joint work with Scott Duke Kominers, a PhD student in business economics at Harvard’s department of Economics and Harvard Business School. The paper discusses a class of alternatives to eminent domain as institutions for assembling land or other disparately owned property subject to holdout problems. The presentation represents an experiment in alternative ways of distributing academic research in economics, funded by Harvard’s Milton Fund.



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