David Delacrétaz
Department of Economics and Nuffield College – University of Oxford

I am a Postdoctoral Prize Research Fellow in Economics at Nuffield College and in the Department of Economics, University of Oxford. My research interests include Applied Microeconomic Theory, Market Design, Matching Theory, and Mechanism Design.

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Two-Sided Allocation Problems, Decomposability, and the Impossibility of Efficient TradeJournal of Economic Theory, 179: 416-454, January 2019
Joint with Simon Loertscher, Leslie Marx, and Tom Wilkening

Working Papers

Stability in Matching Markets with Sizes (new version: January 2019)

Refugee Resettlement
Joint with Scott Duke Kominers and Alexander Teytelboym

Essentially Stable Matchings
Joint with Peter Troyan and Andrew Kloosterman