October 15, 2012 - 2012 Nobel laureate Alvin Roth talks about his economic research and the surprise phone call from Stockholm telling him he had won the prize on October 15, 2012. At a press conference at Stanford that same day, Roth explained his application of game theory to real world problems, such as finding matches for kidney donors and helping schools and students find the right matches for each other.
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