PhD candidate in Economics, Toulouse School of Economics
Tim Ederer is a PhD candidate in Economics at the Toulouse School of Economics. His primary fields of research are Econometrics, Market Design and Labour Economics. His research agenda aims at understanding how matching markets, such as clearinghouses allocating public servants, are organized and how one should design them, through the joint use of data and economic theory.
Recent work by Tim Ederer
Wage policies that account for teacher preferences can achieve a more effective and equitable geographic allocation of teachers