You can find his syllabus/reading list here.
And below is the course announcement:
This course explores the theory and practice of market design. Key topics include auctions, labor market matching, school choice programs, online markets, organ exchange systems, financial market design, and matching with contracts. The first half of the course will introduce market design and its technology; subsequent weeks will discuss recent papers alongside their classical antecedents.
Information on Logistics, Requirements, and Readings:
See the course syllabus (posted July 27, 2015).
A short abstract of the research proposal will be due on October 6, 2015, and a short summary will be due on November 10, 2015. The final proposal will be due on December 10, 2015 (the last day of Reading Period).
Internal Harvard Website:
Date Topic Guest(s) September 8, 2015 Introduction/Overview September 15, 2015 The Market Designer's Toolbox September 22, 2015 School Choice Nikhil Agarwal, Parag Pathak September 29, 2015 Generalized Matching October 13, 2015 Auction Theory October 20, 2015 Internet Markets Ben Edelman, Andrey Fradkin October 27, 2015 Auctions in Practice November 3, 2015 Organ Allocation Carmen Wang November 10, 2015 Dynamic Allocation Neil Thakral, Utku Ünver November 17, 2015 Markets for Intellectual Property November 24, 2015 New Horizons Mike Luca, David Parkes, Ben Roth December 1, 2015 Student Talks/Course Wrap