25th Jerusalem School in Economic Theory - Matching and Market Design

AbstractModels of matching---in which agents are paired with one another to undertake transactions---have played an important role in contemporary economic theory. Matching algorithms have proven valuable in many real-life applications, including the assignment of students to schools, medical residents to hospitals, and organ donors to recipients. Matching theory has also helped illuminate thorny problems such as inequality and unemployment. The summer school will place greatest emphasis on design issues, but will touch on other aspects of matching as well.
NameKasberger, Bernhard
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Event25th Jerusalem School in Economic Theory - Matching and Market Design
City/townJerusalem
CountryIsrael
Event TypeConference
Date2014.6.23 - 2014.7.2
Keywords:502021 Microeconomics, 502013 Industrial economics