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Programme Director : Olivier Tercieux is a Professor of Economics at the Paris School of Economics and a Research Director at CNRS. His research goes from game theory to applied market design. His current research focuses on assignment schemes for students or teachers to public schools as well as assignment procedures of kidneys to patients with renal diseases. Olivier Tercieux was fellow of the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton and taught at Columbia and Stanford. He is also an AE at the Review of Economic Studies. Olivier Tercieux has been involved in redesigning assignment schemes for teachers in France and is currently involved in a redesign of the assignment procedure of organs to sick patients. Academically, among other outlets, Olivier Tercieux’s research has been published in Econometrica, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Journal of Political Economy, Theoretical Economics, Journal of Economic Theory,...


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Atila Abdulkadiroglu is a Professor of Economics at Duke University. Atila Abdulkadiroglu joined the Department of Economics at Duke University in the Fall of 2006. He taught at Northwestern University and Columbia University before coming to Duke. He received his PhD in Economics at the University of Rochester. His research has led to the design and implementation of better admissions policies in school choice programs in the US, He has consulted several school districts in redesigning student assignment systems, including Boston (MA), Camden (NJ), Chicago (IL), Denver (CO), Indianapolis (IN), Newark (NJ), New Orleans (LA), New York City (NY) and Washington DC. His current research on economics of education develops methodological foundations for research design with data from centralized admissions systems. He is a recipient of an Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship and a National Science Foundation CAREER award.


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Alfred Galichon is a professor of economics (Arts & Science) and of mathematics (Courant Institute) at New York University, an affiliated faculty of NYU’s Center for Data Science, and the director of NYU Paris.
Galichon holds a Ph.D. in economics from Harvard University (2007), and an engineering degree from Ecole Polytechnique and one from Ecole des Mines de Paris (Corps des Mines, 2002). He is a “Young leader” of the French-American foundation, an Economic Theory fellow, an IZA and CEPR research fellow, and a past recipient of the Edmond Malinvaud prize. His research interests span widely across theoretical, computational and empirical questions and include econometrics, microeconomic theory, and data science. He is one of the pioneers of the use of optimal transport theory in econometrics, and the author of an open-source statistical software implementing these techniques, TraME. Among his research contributions, he has co-invented vector quantile regression, affinity estimation, and the mass transport approach to demand inversion, a class of methods to invert multinomial choice models. He is also among the early contributors to optimal martingale transport theory, and more recently to equilibrium transport theory. Alfred Galichon is also interested in designing innovative educational experiences.

  • Class taught during the programme : Matching theory with transfers : optimal transport and economic applications
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