Applied IO Symposium

 

Fifteenth CEPR/JIE Conference and Eleventh School on Applied Industrial Organization

Hosted, Organised and Supported by
Athens University of Economics and Business
Foundation for Economic and Industrial Research (IOBE)
Bank of Greece
Hellenic Competition Commission
Journal of Industrial Economics (JIE)
CEPR

Athens; 21-24 May 2014

Logistical Information

For those participants who have been offered travel funding, please refer to the guidelines and expense claim form.


Organised by Marc Ivaldi (Toulouse School of Economics and CEPR) and Nikos Vettas (Athens University of Economics and Business, Foundation for Economic and Industrial Research and CEPR). This conference series aims to contribute to an analytical understanding of the issues raised by competition, innovation and investment, develop empirical protocols and tests of economic models, promote the exchange and the dissemination of results at the forefront of research, and finally, evaluate current competition and regulation policies. It will cover the state of the art in applied and empirical industrial organization.

Jean Tirole (Scientific Director of IDEI, Toulouse School of Economics) and Aviv Nevo (Northwestern University and Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Economic Analysis, U.S. Department of Justice) will be keynote speakers.

The conference will be preceded by the 11th CEPR School in Applied Industrial Organization, which will take place on 21st of May 2014. The aim of the annual School is to provide a forum for intellectual exchanges between PhD students and more experienced researchers in the field of industrial organization. More senior researchers are invited to encourage their students to apply to the school. A separate invitation will be sent for the school in the following weeks.

The steering committee includes Sofronis Clerides (University of Cyprus and CEPR), Peter J Davis (Compass Lexecon), Neil Gandal (Tel Aviv University and CEPR), Alessandro Gavazza (London School of Economics), David Genesove (Hebrew University of Jerusalem and CEPR), Marc Ivaldi (Toulouse School of Economics and CEPR), Margaret Kyle (Toulouse School of Economics and CEPR), Eugenio Miravete (University of Texas at Austin and CEPR), Martin Peitz (University of Mannheim and CEPR), Andrea Prat (LSE and CEPR), Katharine Rockett (University of Essex and CEPR), Frode Steen (Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration and CEPR), Otto Toivanen (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and CEPR), Frank Verboven (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and CEPR) and Nikos Vettas (Athens University of Economics & Business, Foundation for Economic and Industrial Research and CEPR).

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