The first class session is on Monday September 24.
This will be the first course I've taught at Stanford since 1978 (when I taught a course on Axiomatic Models of Bargaining, while on leave from the University of Illinois), and it will likely resemble the market design course I taught last Fall at Harvard. You can find the web page for that course, which includes the slides I lectured from here. (Since this will be followed by a quarter taught by Paul Milgrom, we plan to spend less time on auctions than when I taught at Harvard, and more time on matching markets: see the course description below.)
We think the class might be interesting not only to economists but also to operations researchers and computer scientists...
ECON 285 - 01 Market Design
Stanford University | 2012-2013 Autumn | Lecture