Centralized Matching with Incomplete Information
AbstractWe study the impacts of incomplete information on centralized one-to-one matching markets. We focus on the commonly used Deferred Acceptance mechanism (Gale and Shapley 1962). We show that many complete-information results are fragile to a small infusion of uncertainty about others' preferences.
CitationFernandez, Marcelo Ariel, Kirill Rudov, and Leeat Yariv. 2022. "Centralized Matching with Incomplete Information." American Economic Review: Insights, 4 (1): 18-33. DOI: 10.1257/aeri.20210123
- C78 Bargaining Theory; Matching Theory
- D11 Consumer Economics: Theory
- D21 Firm Behavior: Theory
- D47 Market Design