Corpus ID: 201695005

The Refugee Match : A system that respects refugees ’ preferences and the priorities of states

@inproceedings{Jones2015TheRM,
  title={The Refugee Match : A system that respects refugees ’ preferences and the priorities of states},
  author={W. Jones and A. Teytelboym},
  year={2015}
}
There is an urgent need to overcome the political deadlock preventing states substantively participating in burden-sharing in the international refugee regime, and, in particular, finding solutions to the European refugee crisis. We propose a centralised clearinghouse – a ‘two-sided matching system’ – to match refugees with states. Drawing on the success of matching in domains, such as education and healthcare, we outline the principles underlying matching system design, and illustrate in… Expand
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