Our next MiP workshop will take place in Cologne on March 16-17, 2018. Our keynote speaker will be Fuhito Kojima (Stanford). The topic for the policy roundtable will be “voluntary participation in matching schemes” (to be confirmed).
Confirmed speakers and papers include:
- Aiding Applicants: Leveling the Playing Field within the Immediate Acceptance Mechanism, Christian Basteck and Marco Mantovani
- Fairness and efficiency for probabilistic allocations with endowments, Federico Echenique, Antonio Miralles, and Jun Zhang
- Tracking and specialization of high schools: heterogeneous effects of school choice, Olivier De Groote and Koen Declercq
- Course Assignment with Complementarities: The Trade-Off between Envy-Freeness and Obvious Strategy-proofness, Martin Bichler, Soeren Merting, and Aykut Uzunoglu
- Need vs. Merit: The Large Core of College Admissions Markets, Avinatan Hassidim, Assaf Romm, Ran I. Shorrer
- Preference Estimation in Centralized College Admissions from Reported Lists, Hayri Alper Arslany
- Top Trading Cycles, Consistency, and Acyclic Priorities for House Allocation with Existing Tenants, Mehmet Karakaya, Bettina Klaus and Jan Christoph Schlegel
- Self-confidence and unravelling in labor markets, Marie-Pierre Dagnies, Rustamdjan Hakimov, Dorothea Kübler
- School Choice with asymmetric information: Priority design and the acceptance curse, Andrew Kloosterman and Peter Troyan
Deadline for registration: Feb 23, 2018 by filling in this form.
Conference venue: Neuer Senatssaal, Universität zu Köln, Albertus-Magnus-Platz, 50923 Köln.
Accommodation: Rooms have been reserved at the Park Inn (and not the Novotel as indicated in the email). The rate is 80 Euro per night (including breakfast) for a single room. Those who need accommodation (and do not give a talk at the workshop) should reserve their rooms before February 15th, 2018 by writing an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and mention the code “matching in practice”. Rooms can be reserved at that rate for any subset of the nights between March 15th and March 18th.
Scientific committee: Peter Biro (Hungarian Academy of Science), Juan Pereyra ( Universidad de la República) and Alex Westkamp (University of Cologne)
Acknowledgement: Funding from the Reinhard Selten Institute gratefully ackowledged.