Improving matching under hard distributional constraints


Distributional constraints are important in many market design settings. Prominent examples include the minimum manning requirements at each Army branch in military cadet matching and diversity considerations in school choice, whereby school districts impose constraints on the demographic distribution of students at each school. Standard assignment… (More)


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@inproceedings{Fragiadakis2016ImprovingMU, title={Improving matching under hard distributional constraints}, author={Daniel Fragiadakis and Peter Troyan and Vikram Manjunath and Paul Milgrom and Krishna Dipankar Rao and Itay Saporta-Eksten and Ilya Segal and Rodrigo A. Velez and Pablo D{\'i}ez Villanueva and Alex Westkamp and Alex Wolitzky}, year={2016} }