Dr Jorgen Kratz

Profile

Biography

  • BSc (Linnaeus University)
  • MSc (Lund University)
  • PhD (Lund University)

Research

Overview

My main field of interest is microeconomic theory, with a focus on matching and mechanism design. In particular, my research covers topics like kidney exchange, object allocation and partnership formation.

Publications

Selected publications

Full details of publications can be found at RePEc (URL: https://ideas.repec.org/f/pkr272.html)
 
"Pairwise Kidney Exchange over the Blood Group Barrier" (with T. Andersson), The Review of Economic Studies, (2019), forthcoming.
 
"Overlapping multiple object assignments", Economic Theory 63(3), (2017), 723-753.
 
"A method for finding the maximal set in excess demand" (with T. Andersson, A. Erlanson, J. Gudmundsson, H. Habis and J. Ingebretsen Carlson), Economics Letters 125(1), (2014), 18-20.

Teaching

Undergraduate

  • Mathematics II

Postgraduate

  • Design and Analysis of Mechanisms and Institutions

jorgen kratz

Jorgen Kratz
Lecturer
Department of Economics
Room: A/D/234

Tel: 01904 32 4672

jorgen.kratz@york.ac.uk
Personal website

Office & feedback hours during term time:

Tuesday 9:30-11:30