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- Victor Chernozhukov, IVÁN FERNÁNDEZ-VAL, Alfred Galichon
- 2005

This paper proposes a method to address the longstanding problem of lack of monotonicity in estimation of conditional and structural quantile functions, also known as the quantile crossing problem.… (More)

We propose a computationally feasible way of deriving the identified set of parameter values in models with multiple equilibria, with particular emphasis on oligopoly entry models. This is achieved… (More)

- Victor Chernozhukov, IVÁN FERNÁNDEZ-VAL, Alfred Galichon
- 2008

Suppose that a target function f0 : R d → R is monotonic, namely, weakly increasing, and an original estimate f̂ of this target function is available, which is not weakly increasing. Many common… (More)

- Alfred Galichon, P. HENRY-LABORDÈRE, Nizar Touzi
- 2014

We consider the problem of superhedging under volatility uncertainty for an investor allowed to dynamically trade the underlying asset, and statically trade European call options for all possible… (More)

- Alfred Galichon, Bernard Salanié
- 2009

We investigate in this paper the theory and econometrics of optimal matchings with competing criteria. The surplus from a marriage match, for instance, may depend both on the incomes and on the… (More)

We provide a test for the specification of a structural model without identifying assumptions. We show the equivalence of several natural formulations of correct specification, which we take as our… (More)

- Guillaume Carlier, Alfred Galichon, Filippo Santambrogio
- SIAM J. Math. Analysis
- 2009

A simple procedure to map two probability measures in R is the so-called Knothe-Rosenblatt rearrangement, which consists in rearranging monotonically the marginal distributions of the last… (More)

- Guillaume Carlier, Rose-Anne Dana, Alfred Galichon
- J. Economic Theory
- 2012

This paper studies efficient risk-sharing rules for the concave dominance order. For a univariate risk, it follows from a comonotone dominance principle, due to Landsberger and Meilijson [27], that… (More)

How many and which attributes are relevant for the sorting of agents in a matching market? This paper addresses these questions by introducing a novel technique called “Saliency Analysis” that is… (More)

HAL is a multi-disciplinary open access archive for the deposit and dissemination of scientific research documents, whether they are published or not. The documents may come from teaching and… (More)