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The title says all. I need papers or textbooks that explain in detail (step by step, maybe showing some canonical results) how I can model random matching games. Does anyone have a reference?

Thank you.

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  • $\begingroup$ That title does not say it all. Can you give a bit more indication of the kind of models you want to learn? There are very different models that one might describe as random matching models. $\endgroup$ Jul 13 at 8:19
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If you have in mind infinite populations I'd suggest Carlos Alós-Ferrer (1999) Dynamical Systems with a Continuum of Randomly Matched Agents, Journal of Economic Theory 86 (2), 245-267.

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    $\begingroup$ Add the cost of more mathematical machinery, one gets much more powerful results in the paper: Podczeck, Konrad, and Daniela Puzzello. "Independent random matching." Economic Theory 50.1 (2012): 1-29. $\endgroup$ Jul 13 at 20:21

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