1. The time-sharing assignment models lending new insights to the theory of two-sided matching markets.
3. Reaching the core of the assignment game by dissolving blockings done with non-trading buyers.
4. The manipulability and non-manipulability of competitive equilibrium rules in many-to-many buyer-seller markets (with David Perez-Castrillo).
5. Buying and selling market clearing prices mechanisms with random matching rules (with David Perez-Castrillo)