Conference papers

Cédric Argenton (Tilburg University)

Collusion in Experimental Bertrand Duopolies with Convex Costs: the Role of Information and Cost Asymmetry

Maria Bigoni (University of Bologna)

Trust, Salience, and Deterrence: Evidence From an Antitrust Experiment

Iwan Bos (Maastricht University)

Competition versus Collusion: The Impact of Consumer Inertia

Cristina Camacho (Bureau for International Relations of the Portuguese Competition Authority)

Information Sharing and the Use of Economic Evidence in Cartel Cases

Patrick J.G. van Cayseele (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven)

Information Exchange in Cartelized Industries: Bananas and Beyond

Reena das Nair (Competition Commission of South Africa)

The importance of information exchange in dampening competition in industries historically characterised by regulation - issues from South Africa

Claas Hendrik Fuegemann (WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management)

Horizontal Mergers, Uncertainty, Risk Aversion and Information Sharing in Cournot Competition

Elizabeth Hooper (Centre for Competition Policy, University of East Anglia)

Transparency and Confidentiality in Competitive Electricity Markets

Jos Jansen (Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods)

Too Much Information Sharing? Welfare Effects of Sharing Acquired Cost Information

Nicola Jentzsch (Deutsches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung (DIW) Berlin)

Information Sharing and Cross-border Entry in European Banking

Sonia Jóźwiak (Polish Office of Competition and Consumer Protection)

Information sharing in the case law of the President of the Polish Office of Competition and Consumer Protection

Mitja Kovač (University of Ljubljana)

Entrepreneurship and the EU Competition Law Deterrence Paradox

John Kwoka (Northeastern University)

Information Revelation and Bidding Behavior in Electricity Auction Markets

Peter Møllgaard (Copenhagen Business School)

Transparency and Coordinated Effects in European Merger Control

Hans-Theo Normann (Goethe-University Frankfurt)

When Will They Talk? Tacit Collusion vs. Overt Cartelisation in Laboratory Experiments

Sander Onderstal (University of Amsterdam)

Going Once, Going Twice, Reported! Cartel Activity and the Effectiveness of Leniency Programs in Experimental Auctions

Jens Prüfer (Tilburg University)

Semi-Public Competitions

Geza Sapi (Deutsches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung (DIW))

Customer Data Acquisition and Sharing Among Rivals

Jo Seldeslachts (University of Amsterdam)

Research Networks as a Collusive Tool: An Empirical Assessment

Victoria Shestalova (CPB - Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis)

Competition, Transparency and Quality of Hospital Care: Analysis of the Dutch Hospital Sector

Marshall Van Alstyne (Boston University and MIT)

The Social Efficiency of Fairness

Arnold Vialfont (Université Paris 2 (ERMES) and CREST-LEI)

Partial Commitments in Antitrust

Published by  ACLE

5 September 2012