Working papers
1Random multi-unit assignment with endogenous quotas, under review
The online versions correct a typo in Example 3.

2 The strength of absent ties: social integration via online dating, under review
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    I found very interesting the following reviews of our paper: 
     A review by Bob Henderson is forthcoming in Scientific American.
     To my knowledge, our model is been taught in the following classes:

3 Can everyone benefit from social integration?, under review

4 The Tinder matching problem: privacy in two-sided matching, under review

Work in progressavailable under request
1 Attention discrimination in matching markets
2 Social integration in networks22a

Short published papers
Playing tennis without envy, Mathematics Today, Vol. 52 (6), December 2016, 268 - 269. [SSRN] [arXiv]
Winner of the ECM Catherine Richards Prize of the UK Institute of Mathematics.

Selected conference presentations
5th Game Theory Society world congress, Maastricht.
2017 Econometric Society winter meeting, Barcelona.
2016 Advances with field experiments, Chicago.
13th Society for Social Choice and Welfare meeting, Lund.
2016 Economic Science Association (ESA) world meeting, Jerusalem.
10th Economic Design conference, York.
12th European meeting on game theory (SING12), Odense.
22nd Coalition Theory Network annual workshop, Glasgow.
Columbia, Paris School of Economics, Glasgow CS, Vienna, Essex, Stirling, Swansea.

Referee for
Social Choice and Welfare.
Mathematical Social Sciences.
RES Symposium of Junior Researchers 2018.