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ECON 3305 Market Design (Fall: 3 )


Course Description

This is an introductory-level course on market design. It aims to provide students with fundamental concepts of matching and allocation problems without money as well as auctions. The focus of the course is both introducing students to the market design theory as well as exploring real-life applications such on-campus housing, school choice, kidney exchange, search engine auctions, and spectrum auctions. Some knowledge of statistics and calculus is required for the theoretical part. Students will be required to write a final paper and do an in-class presentation.


Instructor(s): M. Bumin Yenmez

Prerequisites: MATH1100, ECON2201 or ECON2203, and ECON1151

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Last Updated: 21-Oct-16