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  • Normative properties for object allocation problems : characterizations and trade-offs 

    Ehlers, Lars; Klaus, Bettina (Université de Lausanne. École des hautes études commerciales. Département d'économie, 2021-03)
    We consider the allocation of indivisible objects among agents when monetary transfers are not allowed. Agents have strict preferences over the objects (possibly about not getting any object) and are assigned at most one object. How should one allocate ...
  • Three public goods and lexicographic preferences : replacement principle 

    Ehlers, Lars (Centre interuniversitaire de recherche en économie quantitative, 2021-03)
    We study the problem of locating multiple public goods for a group of agents with single-peaked preferences over an interval. An alternative specifies for each public good a location. In Miyagawa (1998) each agent consumes only his most preferred ...
  • Strategy-proof and envyfree random assignment 

    Basteck, Christian; Ehlers, Lars (Centre interuniversitaire de recherche en économie quantitative, 2020-12-22)
    We study the random assignment of indivisible objects among a set of agents with strict preferences. We show that there exists no mechanism which is strategy-proof, envyfree and unanimous. Then we weaken the latter requirement to q-unanimity: when ...
  • Non-manipulable house exchangeunder (minimum) equilibrium prices 

    Andersson, Tommy; Ehlers, Lars; Svensson, Lars-Gunnar (Lund University. Department of economics, 2020)
    We consider a market with indivisible objects, called houses, and money. On this market, each house is initially owned (or rented) by some agent and each agent demands precisely one house. The problem is to identify the complete set of direct allocation ...
  • The growth impact of language standardization : Metcalfe’s Law and the industrial revolution 

    Dudley, Léonard; Rauh, Christopher (2020-01-13)
    During the Industrial Revolution, did population growth stimulate innovation, or did causality run primarily from innovation to growth? Previous research fails to explain why between 1700 and 1850: (i) most innovation originated in three clusters of ...
  • Strategy-proof choice under monotonic additive preferences 

    Bahel, Eric; Sprumont, Yves (Université de Montréal. Département de sciences économiques., 2020-05)
    We describe the class of strategy-proof mechanisms for choosing sets of objects when preferences are additive and monotonic.
  • Two-stage majoritarian choice 

    Horan, Sean; Sprumont, Yves (Université de Montréal. Département de sciences économiques., 2020-05)
    We propose a class of decisive collective choice rules that rely on an exogenous linear ordering to partition the majority relation into two acyclic relations. The first relation is used to obtain a shortlist of the feasible alternatives while the ...
  • Estimating COVID-19 prevalence in the United States: A sample selection model approach 

    Benatia, David; Godefroy, Raphaël; Lewis, Joshua (Université de Montréal. Département de sciences économiques., 2020-04)
  • Spouses, children and entrepreneurship 

    Galindo da Fonseca, Joao; Berubé, Charles (Université de Montréal. Département de sciences économiques., 2020-04)
    We develop a model of endogenous entrepreneurship and marriage. Spouses influence entrepreneurship via three channels: they reduce benefits by working less the more profitable the business is, they reduce costs by working more in case of business ...
  • Blocking pairs versus blocking students: Stability comparisons in school choice 

    Dogan, Battal; Ehlers, Lars (Université de Montréal. Département de sciences économiques., 2020-04)
    It is known that there are school choice problems without an efficient and stable assignment. We consider comparing assignments in terms of their stability by comparing their sets of blocking (student-school) pairs or comparing their sets of blocking ...

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