Application of Two-Sided Matching to Internal Labor of the Hellenic Navy
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The assignment process in an organization of any nature (i.e., military) plays a crucial role towards the direction of efficiency and effectiveness. A well-designed assignment process is a handy tool for the decision makers to fulfill the organizations goals. This thesis explores the application of two-sided matching theory in the Hellenic Navys assignment process. Three mechanisms (Priority-Deferred Acceptance and Top Trading Cycle) are chosen and developed, taking into account the magnitude of specific attributes like past performance, educational level, experience, officers preferences and positions requirements/priorities in order to achieve the most effective matching among officers and positions. A fully detailed example and a few more cases are described, different scoring methods are used for evaluation, the results are compared and recommendations are provided so as to enable the matching theory to be suitably applied to the Hellenic Navys assignment process.
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