Category Archives: Refereed Journal Publications

Pandemic Reserve Systems

Fair Allocation of Vaccines, Ventilators and Antiviral Treatments: Leaving No Ethical Value Behind in Health Care Rationing,” (joint with Parag Pathak,  Utku Ünver and M. Bumin Yenmez). Forthcoming in Management Science. [ PDF ] [ Webinar ] [ Slides ]  [ April-2020 NBER WP version ] [ Website with Software & Policy ImpactMedia

World-first 4-way Liver Exchange

The First 4-Way Liver Paired Exchange from an Interdisciplinary Collaboration between Healthcare Professionals and Design Economists,” (joint with Sezai Yilmaz,  Utku Ünver, Volkan Ince, Sami Akbulut, Burak Isik and Sukru Emre), American Journal of Transplantation, 23(10), 1612-1621, October 2023. [ PDF ] [ Policy ImpactMedia

UPMC Monoclonal Antibody Allocation

Use of a Weighted Lottery to Equitably Allocate Scarce Supply of COVID-19 Monoclonal Antibody Pre-exposure Prophylaxis,” (joint with Erin K. McCreary, Utibe R. Essien, Chung-Chou H. Chang, Rachel A. Butler, Parag Pathak,  Utku Ünver, Ashley Steiner, Maddie Chrisman, Derek C. Angus and Douglas B. White).  JAMA Health Forum. 2023;4(9):e232774. doi:10.1001/jamahealthforum.2023.2774

Affirmative Action in India

Affirmative Action in India via Vertical, Horizontal, and Overlapping Reservations” (joint with M. Bumin Yenmez), Econometrica, 90(3), 1143-1176, May 2022. [ PDF ] [Online Appendix] [ Policy ImpactOp-ed ] [ Promotional VideoEarlier Versions

This final version subsumes the following two earlier working papers:

1-  “Affirmative Action in India via Vertical and Horizontal Reservations,”  (joint with M. Bumin Yenmez). [ March-2019 PDF ]  [ October-2019 PDF ]

2-  “Affirmative Action with Overlapping Reserves,” (joint with M. Bumin Yenmez). [ PDF ]

Note: The two earlier versions of the manuscript #1 and the manuscript #2 each has additional analytical content that  is not included in any other version, including the current February 2021 main version which subsumes both manuscripts.

Policy oriented readers may prefer the following previous version of the paper which only differs with the final version in its more policy oriented Introduction and title:

Can Economic Theory Be Informative for the Judiciary? Affirmative Action in India via Vertical and Horizontal Reservations,”  (joint with M. Bumin Yenmez).