BC2224: Coding Markets | R. Sethi

Undergraduate Seminar
Tu 2:10-4PM

Students will learn how to write computer programs that can be used to solve assignment problems, including matching buyers with sellers in electronic financial markets, as well as assignment problems that don't involve prices: matching organ donors with recipients, residents with hospitals, and students with high schools for example. The programming language used will be MATLAB. 

Prerequisites: ECON BC1003 or ECON W1105. Suitable for students with little or no programming background.

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