Market Design, Human Behavior, and Management
Peter Cramton (),
John List () and
No 26873, NBER Working Papers from National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc
We review past research and discuss future directions on how the vibrant research areas of market design and behavioral economics have influenced and will continue to impact the science and practice of management in both the private and public sectors. Using examples from various auction markets, reputation and feedback systems in online markets, matching markets in education, and labor markets, we demonstrate that combining market design theory, behavioral insights, and experimental methods can lead to fruitful implementation of superior market designs in practice.
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