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The Course Allocation Problem Case Solution & Answer

Why assign courses to students in universities, a difficult task? How is it difficult for institutions to balance student preferences on prices and what they can bring to the consideration of the feasibility and other restrictions available? What are the short and long term plausible this mismatch between supply and demand in the experiences of college students and career aspirations? What are the advantages and disadvantages of allocation mechanisms, such as auctions, of course, ranking lists, and the random serial dictatorship used by college administrators? Universities can design better systems that are simpler, fairer and can not be gamed still put students in the courses they want? This case seeks to answer these questions by first examining the problem of the distribution of courses as a matching problem on both sides.
by
Tarun Jain,
Priyanka Sarda
6 pages.
Release Date: October 7, 2013. Prod #: ISB033-PDF-ENG
The problem of allocating Course Case Solution

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