A Nobel for Planning?

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Alvin Roth and Lloyd Shapley's 2012 Nobel Prize in economics was for non-market interactions, where the matches are actually formed by centralized exchanges. "In these situations, decentralized and uncoordinated matching can produce unstable and inefficient matches, and gains are possible from centralization of some sort."


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