Dynamic Matching and Interactions: Theory and Experiments

"Dynamic Matching and Interactions: Theory and Experiments" (DynaMITE) is a research project funded by the French National Agency for Research (ANR SHS1) from 2014 to 2018. It studies matching, networks and voting in dynamics with a theoretical and an experimental perspectives.

DynaMITE project is directed by Francis Bloch, an economist at CES. It is based on the collaboration of three research centers : PREG-CECO at Ecole Polytechnique, Centre d'Economie de la Sorbonne at University Paris 1, GATE L-SE at University Jean Monnet and University of Lyon.

  • Francis Bloch (Pr Economics), Université Paris I,  Coordinator and in charge of DynaMatch
  • Jean-François Laslier (DR CE, Economics),  CNRS & Paris School of Economics, In charge of DynaVote
  • Agnieszka Rusinowska (DR, Economics), CNRS & Université Paris I, In charge of DynaNet
  • Michel Grabisch  (Pr, Computer Sciences), Université Paris I, In charge of DynaNet
  • Philippe Solal (Pr, Economics), Université Jean Monnet, In charge of DynaNet

The post-doctoral fellow working on the project was Andrew Harkins, from the University of Warwick, starting September 1, 2015.

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