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Project Citation: 

Chen, Yan. Data and Code for: Improving Efficiency of On-Campus Housing: An Experimental Study. Ann Arbor, MI: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor], 2020-09-17. https://doi.org/10.3886/E119541V1

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Summary:  View help for Summary This paper investigates a class of matching problems—the assignment of indivisible items to agents where some agents have prior claims to some of the items. As a running example, we will refer to the indivisible items as houses. House allocation problems are not only of theoretical interest, but also of practical importance. A house allocation mechanism assigns a set of houses (or offices, tasks, etc.) to prospective tenants, allotting at most one house to each tenant. Rents are exogenously given and there is no medium of exchange, such as money. In general some houses will have existing tenants, some houses will be empty, and some applicants for housing will be new (e.g., freshmen). The canonical examples are assignment of college students to dormitory rooms and public housing units. Other examples are assignment of offices and tasks to individuals.

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      D61 Allocative Efficiency; Cost-Benefit Analysis
      R31 Housing Supply and Markets
      R38 Production Analysis and Firm Location: Government Policy
Time Period(s):  View help for Time Period(s) 9/1999 – 9/2000
Universe:  View help for Universe undergraduate students at the University of Michigan.

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