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The Art of Designing Markets
October Article Harvard Business Review. By: Alvin E. Abstract Traditionally, markets have been viewed as simply the confluence of supply and demand. But to function properly, they must be able to attract a sufficient number of buyers and sellers, induce participants to make their preferences clear, and overcome congestion by providing both enough time to make choices and a speedy means of registering them. Solutions to these challenges are the province of market design—a blend of game theory and experimental economics.
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Who Gets What – and Why Summary and Review
E ach year, more than , people in the United States need a kidney transplant. Less than 20 percent of them get one. On average, 13 people die each day waiting for a kidney. Often relatives and friends who are eager to donate are told their blood type or immune systems are incompatible. In the news, economists are often portrayed as number crunchers hidden away in universities. But they also journey out into the world, discovering problems and then charting a course to a solution.
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Alvin E. Roth
Alvin Elliot Roth born December 18, is an American academic. He is the Craig and Susan McCaw professor of economics at Stanford University and the Gund professor of economics and business administration emeritus at Harvard University. Roth has made significant contributions to the fields of game theory , market design and experimental economics , and is known for his emphasis on applying economic theory to solutions for "real-world" problems.
Pick up the key ideas in the book with this quick summary. Every year, hundreds of thousands of young Americans apply for admission to colleges and cross their fingers. It might seem to work like one big lottery, but a more accurate way of looking at it is to see it as one big market — a market with serious flaws.