Matching Markets: Combining Theory and Applications
The WZB is planning an international conference on matching markets. The conference "Matching Markets: Combining Theory and Applications," starting in the morning of July 14, 2016, and ending on July 15, 2016, will take place at the WZB in Berlin. The conference is organized by Inácio Bó (WZB), Rustamdjan Hakimov (WZB) and Dorothea Kübler (WZB).
Matching theory has matured to a point where matching theorists are able to make policy suggestions for real-life markets. The theory is supplemented by experiments and empirical analyses examining how to operate such markets.
The workshop will bring together excellent leading economists from North America, Europe, and Japan to present and discuss their latest research. It will also strengthen the mutual interaction between theory, experiments, and empirical researchers in matching. Finally, the workshop aims to further strengthen the field of matching market design and experimental economics in Berlin, promoting the local researchers of the field and identifying new research perspectives.
Marina Agranov Commitment and (in)efficiency: A bargaining experiment
Estelle Cantillon What drives the wedge between efficiency and stability in school choice?
Li Chen Time-constrained school choice
Yan Chen Chinese college admissions reforms: Experimental and empirical evaluations
Umut Dur Boston strikes back: Sequential school choice
Lars Ehlers Strategy-proof tie-breaking
Yinghua He A Pigouvian approach to congestion in matching markets
Onur Kesten A study of Turkish high school admissions
Fuhito Kojima Matching with constraints
Morimitsu Kurino Hybrid lung exchange
Joana Pais Static versus dynamic deferred acceptance in school choice: A laboratory experiment
Juan Pereyra Self-selection in school choice
Olivier Tercieux The design of teacher assignment: Theory and evidence
Bertan Turhan Stability, welfare and incentives in partitioned matching markets
Utku Ünver Multi-donor organ exchange