Microeconomic Theory, Mechanism Design, Matching Theory
Recent Research Interests
My research area is matching theory. I am interested in modifying the methods that matching theory has accumulated on how to design mechanisms for troubled markets to make them more compatible with reality. Recently, we have been working in particular on deriving a necessary and sufficient condition for the existence of stable matchings in a two-sided matching problem considering agents whose preferences are correlated. For more information, refer the link below.
- Kyohei Marutani. 2018. “Gaming the deferred acceptance when message spaces are restricted.” Mathematical Social Sciences, 93, 153-158.