Flip Klijn



PhD, Tilburg University

Flip Klijn is Scientific Researcher at the Institute for Economic Analysis (CSIC) and a BSE Research Professor. His research interests are in Matching Theory, Market Design, Game Theory, Operations Research, and Social Choice Theory. He is currently involved in experimental and theoretical research related with the working of centralized assignment mechanisms in public schools and general exchange markets without monetary compensations. He is also member of a research team that together with the Spanish National Transplant Organization aims to redesign of the algorithm of the Spanish National Kidney Exchange Program.

He has published in leading journals such as American Economic Review, Journal of Economic Theory, and Games and Economic Behavior.  Professor Klijn has been research fellow at Harvard Business School and he has held visiting research chairs at Aix-Marseille School of Economics and Innsbruck University. He also co-wrote a report for the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science on a new centralized university admission system in the Netherlands.

He has taught courses on Game Theory in the BSE Master's Programs and organizes the Barcelona JOCS Game Theory Seminar Series.

Working Papers

Péter Biró, Flip Klijn and Szilvia Pápai

Balanced Exchange in a Multi-Unit Shapley-Scarf Market

Jorge Alcalde-Unzu, Flip Klijn and Marc Vorsatz

Constrained School Choice: An Experimental QRE Analysis