Entropy methods for identifying hedonic models

@article{Dupuy2014EntropyMF,
  title={Entropy methods for identifying hedonic models},
  author={Arnaud Dupuy and Alfred Galichon and Marc Henry},
  journal={Mathematics and Financial Economics},
  year={2014},
  volume={8},
  pages={405-416}
}
This paper contributes to the literature on hedonic models in two ways. First, it makes use of Queyranne’s reformulation of a hedonic model in the discrete case as a network flow problem in order to provide a proof of existence and integrality of a hedonic equilibrium and efficient computation of hedonic prices. Second, elaborating on entropic methods developed in Galichon and Salanié (Cupid’s invisible hand: social surplus and identification in matching models. Working Paper, 2014), this paper… 
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