Professor of Economics at Stanford University and Nobel Prize winner Alvin E. Roth is already answering questions on yes.no. Expert in game theory, market design and experimental economics, Roth is known for applying economic theory to the creation of solutions to real world problems. Want to know more? Ask him anything here at yes.no.
Roth was awarded the 2012 Nobel Prize in Economics for his work in market design, which in Roth’s own words is “to understand how markets and marketplaces work, and how they fail, so we can fix them when they’re broken”. Some of his most notable work has involved finding the optimal way for matching doctors with hospitals, school pupils with schools, and organ donors with patients.
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