Nobel Prize in economics awarded for work on problems of matching.

Americans Peter A. Diamond and Dale T. Mortensen and dual British/Cypriot citizen Christopher A. Pissarides have won the 2010 Nobel Prize in economics.

Their work and their DMP model (the initials are those of the researchers) are furthering understanding of how mismatch problems affect the functioning of markets – not least the labour market. A lack of symmetry between different search mechanisms and the resulting imbalance between supply and demand often thwart the closing of a business transaction. This is where comes in, following the principle of symmetrical, high-quality matchmaking. A few clicks are all it takes for to match up all the available skills, experience and qualifications. brings the right abilities, people and companies together, globally and in real time.

Read the report of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences on the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences 2010
Read “NZZ” newspaper article on the 2010 Nobel Prize in economics (available only in German).