Peer Effects and Stability in Matching Markets

@inproceedings{BodineBaron2011PeerEA,
  title={Peer Effects and Stability in Matching Markets},
  author={Elizabeth Bodine-Baron and Christina Lee and Anthony Chong and Babak Hassibi and Adam Wierman},
  booktitle={SAGT},
  year={2011}
}
Many-to-one matching markets exist in numerous different forms, such as college admissions, matching medical interns to hospitals for residencies, assigning housing to college students, and the classic firms and workers market. In all these markets, externalities such as complementarities and peer effects severely complicate the preference ordering of each agent. Further, research has shown that externalities lead to serious problems for market stability and for developing efficient algorithms… CONTINUE READING
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