Stable matchings and preferences of couples

@article{Klaus2005StableMA,
  title={Stable matchings and preferences of couples},
  author={Bettina Klaus and Flip Klijn},
  journal={J. Economic Theory},
  year={2005},
  volume={121},
  pages={75-106}
}
Couples looking for jobs in the same labor market may cause instabilities. We determine a natural preference domain, the domain of weakly responsive preferences, that guarantees stability. Under a restricted unemployment aversion condition we show that this domain is maximal for the existence of stable matchings. We illustrate how small deviations from (weak) responsiveness, that model the wish of couples to be closer together, cause instability, even when we use a weaker stability notion that… CONTINUE READING
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