David Delacrétaz
Ph.D. Candidate – Department of Economics – The University of Melbourne


Applied Work

I have had the opportunity to work on several applied projects throughout my Ph.D. with the Centre for Market Design (CMD) at the University of Melbourne. Some of this work is available below.

I created a spreadsheet for the Australian Commonwealth Treasury’s graduate program. It is used every year to assign graduates to their final position within Treasury. (Please note that all names in the spreadsheet provided are fictitious.)

I published a general-audience article in Pursuit – the University of Melbourne’s online platform – about some of my research and its applications.

I gave a lecture about matching markets in Australia as part of the Victorian Competition and Efficiency Commission’s Executive Education Program.

I presented a public policy seminar at the Department of Treasury and Finance, Victoria, about matching theory and its applications. [slides]