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Existence of moduli spaces for algebraic stacks.

@article{Alper2018ExistenceOM,
  title={Existence of moduli spaces for algebraic stacks.},
  author={Jarod Alper and Daniel Halpern-Leistner and Jochen Heinloth},
  journal={arXiv: Algebraic Geometry},
  year={2018}
}
We provide necessary and sufficient conditions for when an algebraic stack admits a good moduli space. This theorem provides a generalization of the Keel--Mori theorem to moduli problems whose objects have positive dimensional automorphism groups. We also prove a semistable reduction theorem for points of algebraic stacks equipped with a $\Theta$-stratification. Using these results we find conditions for the good moduli space to be separated or proper. To illustrate our method, we apply these… 

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