Equitable Selection in Bilateral Matching Markets

Theory and Decision 58 (3):305-324 (2005)
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This paper presents a procedure to select equitable stable allocations in two-sided matching markets without side payments. The Equitable set is computed using the Equitable algorithm. The algorithm limits the set of options available for each agent throughout the procedure. The stable matchings selected are generally not extreme, form a lattice and satisfy the condition of being “Ralwsian” in each partition of the market. The Equitable algorithm can also be used to select a particular matching from the Equitable Set favoring particular agents independent of the side of the market to which they belong

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On the existence of fair matching algorithms.F. Masarani & S. S. Gokturk - 1989 - Theory and Decision 26 (3):305-322.
`Sex-Equal' Stable Matchings.Antonio Romero-Medina - 2001 - Theory and Decision 50 (3):197-212.

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