No mandatory requirements. The course of Industrial Organization and Microeconomics are strongly reccommended.
The course provides a further analysis of specific topics in Industrial Organization. The selected topics have great relevance and innovativeness in the IO literature.
1. Uncertainty and limited capacity in oligopoly.
2. Olygopoly and dynamics.
3. Product differentiation
4. Asymmetric information: prices and signals
5. Asymmetric information: entry
6. Asymmetric information: collusion
7. Innovation and R&S
10. Network and two-sided markets
P.Belleflamme, M.Peitz, “Industrial Organization. Markets and Strategies”, Cambridge University Press 2011
Frontal class and student presentations.