Centralized Matching with Incomplete Information
Marcelo Ariel Fernandez
- American Economic Review: Insights (Forthcoming)
We study the impacts of incomplete information on centralized one-to-one matching
markets. We focus on the commonly used Deferred Acceptance mechanism (Gale and
Shapley, 1962). We show that many complete-information results are fragile to a small
infusion of uncertainty about others' preferences.
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