Trevor Swan Lecture - Competitive matching markets



Professor Larry Samuelson, Yale University.


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Thursday, 6 July, 2017 - 17:30 to 19:00

Economic markets are often modelled as allocating goods that are homogeneous, in the sense that it matters which agents trade and which do not, but does not matter who trades with whom. In contrast, an increasingly important role in modern economies is played by goods that are heterogeneous, in the sense that agents care about not only whether they trade, but also with whom they trade. The market for skilled labour is a

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