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M. Utku Unver I am a Professor of Economics at Boston College with research interests in microeconomic theory with focus in market design, mechanism design, and game theory with emphasis on the theory and practice of matching markets and allocation/exchange of discrete resources.

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On The 2012 Economics Prize in Memory of Alfred Nobel:
The Economics Prize in Memory of Alfred Nobel was awarded in 2012 to Alvin Roth and Lloyd Shapley for their contributions on the "Theory of Stable Allocations and the Practice of Market Design." My heartfelt congratulations go out to them. I am also grateful to The Nobel Committee, which extensively cited my research in the scientific background document among the main contributions that led to this prize.

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