Bio


Irene is an assistant professor in Management Science & Engineering at Stanford University. Her research is on designing matching markets and assignment processes to improve market outcomes, with a focus on public sector applications and socially responsible operations research. She is also interested in mechanism design for social good and graph theory.

Academic Appointments


  • Assistant Professor, Management Science and Engineering

All Publications


  • Invitation to Participate in the ACM Conference on Equity and Access in Algorithms, Mechanisms, and Optimization (EAAMO'21) SI GECOM EXCHANGES Abebe, R., Lo, I., Stoica, A. 2021; 19 (1): 10-11
  • The Cutoff Structure of Top Trading Cycles in School Choice REVIEW OF ECONOMIC STUDIES Leshno, J. D., Lo, I. 2021; 88 (4): 1582-1623
  • Dynamic Matching in School Choice: Efficient Seat Reassignment After Late Cancellations MANAGEMENT SCIENCE Feigenbaum, I., Kanoria, Y., Lo, I., Sethuraman, J. 2020; 66 (11): 5341–61
  • Benefits of an interview match for breast fellowship positions Wapnir, I., Lo, I., Roth, A., Ashlagi, I., Melcher, M. SPRINGER. 2019: 279–80