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Simon Weber
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Costly concessions: An empirical framework for matching with imperfectly transferable utility
A Galichon, SD Kominers, S Weber
Journal of Political Economy 127 (6), 2875-2925, 2019
1092019
The role of evolving marital preferences in growing income inequality
E Ciscato, S Weber
Journal of Population Economics 33 (1), 307-347, 2020
492020
Marriage market counterfactuals using matching models
A Dupuy, S Weber
Economica 89 (353), 29-43, 2022
19*2022
The effect of meeting rates on matching outcomes
S Jaffe, S Weber
Economic Theory 67 (2), 363-378, 2019
102019
Matching function equilibria with partial assignment: existence, uniqueness and estimation
L Chen, ESY Choo, A Galichon, S Weber
Uniqueness and Estimation (May 13, 2019), 2019
82019
The nonlinear Bernstein-Schrödinger equation in economics
A Galichon, SD Kominers, S Weber
International Conference on Geometric Science of Information, 51-59, 2015
82015
Collective Models and the Marriage Market
S Weber
working paper, 2022
62022
Reconsidering the Choice Between Gasoline-and Diesel-Powered Cars: Modeling Demand and Automakers' Reactions
V Breteau, S Weber
Transportation research record 2375 (1), 18-28, 2013
32013
The empirical content of marital surplus in matching models
K Doorley, A Dupuy, S Weber
Economics Letters 176, 51-54, 2019
2019
Family, marriage markets and inequality: a matching approach
S Weber
Sciences Po publications, 2017
2017
Famille, marché du mariage et inégalités: l’approche par les modeles d’appariement
S Weber
Sciences Po Paris, 2017
2017
Integrating Collective Codels and the Marriage Market: An Illustration
S Weber
Available at SSRN 2804701, 2016
2016
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