Conference Papers 8th C&R Meeting 2012

Papers 8th annual Competition & Regulation Meeting on the topic: Behavioral Competition and Regulation

Botond Köszegi (UC Berkeley)

Keynote speaker Botond Köszegi (UC Berkeley): The Market for Deceptive Products

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Maurice E. Stucke (University of Tenessee)

Keynote speaker Maurice E. Stucke: Behavioral antitrust: Economic findings and the goals of competition law

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Giancarlo Spagnolo (University of Rome "Tor Vergata")

Giancarlo Spagnolo (University of Rome "Tor Vergata"): Flexibility and Collusion with Imperfect Monitoring

Sander Onderstal (University of Amsterdam)

Sander Onderstal (University of Amsterdam): Collusion and the choice of auction: An experimental study

Vanessa Mak (Tilburg University)

Vanessa Mak (Tilburg University): Errare humanum est. Financial Literacy in European Consumer Credit Law

Frank Maier-Rigaud (OECD)

Frank Maier-Rigaud (OECD): The Need of a Behavioural Foundation of Regulatory and Competition Analysis

Pierluigi Sabbattini (Italian Comnpetition Authority)

Pierluigi Sabbattini (Italian Comnpetition Authority): Cartels under consumer asymmetric price fairness

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Georg Clemens (Heinrich Heine Universität Düsseldorf)

Georg Clemens (Heinrich Heine Universität Düsseldorf): Rebels without a Clue? Experimental Evidence on Coordination in Cartels and Outside Firms

Alexander Morell (Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods)

Alexander Morell (Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods): Can Organizational Complexity Constrain Collusion? - An Experimental Analysis

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Peter Dijkstra (Rijksuniversiteit Groningen)

Peter Dijkstra (Rijksuniversiteit Groningen): Lenciency Programs and the Design of Antitrust: Experimental Evidence with Unrestricted Communication

Matthias Lang (Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods)

Matthias Lang (Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods): Legal Uncertainty an Effective Deterrent in Competition Law?

Charlotte Duke (London Economics)

Charlotte Duke (London Economics): The impact of competition interventions on compliance and deterrence: A behavioural experiment

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Yannis S. Katsoulacos (Athens University of Economics and Business)

Yannis S. Katsoulacos (Athens University of Economics and Business): The Distortive Effects of Antitrust Fines Caps Based on Revenue

Anita Kopanyi-Peuker (University of Amsterdam)

Anita Kopanyi-Peuker (University of Amsterdam) - TBA

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Sven Hoeppner (University Ghent)

Sven Hoeppner (University Ghent): Pecularities Abound: Capping Management Salaries?

Tom Tindall (Oxera)

Tom Tindall (Oxera): The use of behavioural economics in GB electricity markets

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Maria de Lurdes Martins (University of Minho)

Maria de Lurdes Martins (University of Minho): Confusion in cell phone plans choice: how can regulation improve welfare?

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Aljaz Ule (University of Amsterdam)

Aljaz Ule (University of Amsterdam): Infrastructural investment under political uncertainty

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Najmeh Rezaei-Khavas (Utrecht University)

Najmeh Rezaei-Khavas (Utrecht University): Infrastructural investment under political uncertainty

Katharina Hilken (Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB))

Katharina Hilken (Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB)): Strategic Framing in Contracts. Contracts under hidden action

Marco Haan (Rijksuniversiteit Groningen)

Marco Haan (Rijksuniversiteit Groningen): Search when Consumers Are Loss Averse

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Topi Miettinen (Hanken School of Economics, Helsinki)

Topi Miettinen (Hanken School of Economics, Helsinki): Gambling for the Upper Hand - Settlement Negotions in the Lab

Jiwei Zheng

Jiwei Zheng: The Power of Defailts with Inattentive Consumers

Alexia Gaudeul (Friedrich Schiller Universität, Jena)

Alexia Gaudeul (Friedrich Schiller Universität, Jena): Do Consumers Prefer Offers that are easy to Compare? An Experimental Investigation

Itai Ater (Tel Aviv University)

Itai Ater (Tel Aviv University): Do Consumers Learn from Experience? Assessing Experience Based-Choices among Three-Part Tariff Plans

Sjaak Hurkens (Institute For Economic Analysis, Balterra)

Sjaak Hurkens (Institute For Economic Analysis, Balterra): Mobile Termination, Network Externalities, and Consumer Expectations

Philipp Reiss (Maastricht University)

Philipp Reiss (Maastricht University): The law of one price in auctions with outside competition

Ronald Peeters (Maastricht University)

Ronald Peeters (Maastricht University): Evolution of behaviour when duopolists choose prices and quantities

Daniel Cracau (University of Magdeburg)

Daniel Cracau (University of Magdeburg): How Judo Economics can help small firms to survive Bertrand Competition

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Charles Mason (University of Wyoming)

Charles Mason (University of Wyoming): Imminent Entry and the Transition to Multimarket Rivalry: Messy Markets in a Laboratory Setting

Published by  ACLE

6 December 2013