We consider land rental between a single tenant and several lessors. The tenant should negotiate sequentially with each lessor for the available land. In each stage, we apply the Nash bargaining solution, as a short-cut to solving non-cooperative bargaining games. Our results imply that, when all land is necessary, a uniform price per unit is more favorable for the tenant than a lessor-dependent price. Furthermore, a lessor is better off with a lessor-dependent price only when negotiating first. For the tenant, lessors’ merging is relevant with lessor-dependent price but not with uniform price.
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Alfredo Valencia-Toledo thanks the Ministry of Education of Peru for its financial support through the “Beca Presidente de la República” Grant of the “Programa Nacional de Becas y Crédito Educativo (PRONABEC)”. Juan Vidal-Puga acknowledges financial support from the Spanish Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad through Grant ECO2014-52616-R., Ministerio de Economía, Industria y Competitividad through Grant ECO2017-82241-R, and Xunta de Galicia (ED431B 2019/34)
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- Land rental
- Nash solution
- Non-cooperative game