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The Impact of Arbitrage Between Stock Markets With and Without Maker–Taker Fees Using an Agent-Based Simulation

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Title
The Impact of Arbitrage Between Stock Markets With and Without Maker–Taker Fees Using an Agent-Based Simulation
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New Generation Computing, February 2024
DOI 10.1007/s00354-023-00239-w
Authors

Xin Guan, Mahiro Hoshino, Takanobu Mizuta, Isao Yagi

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