Industrial Economics

25 November to 29 November 2019

Industrial Economics specialisation course C-MATThe object of analysis in this course is the strategic interaction between firms on markets and the implications for consumer welfare and firm profits

Central concepts are market power and market structure and how these are affected by exogenous changes in demand, technology, and institutional constraints. The course Industrial Economics emphasizes the analysis and evaluation of policy intervention using comparative statics analysis, regression analysis, and program evaluation methods.

Course coordinator

Course coordinator

Jo Reynaerts obtained his PhD from KU Leuven in 2011 with a dissertation on discrete choice analysis. His research interests are located at the intersection of Industrial Organization, Transport Economics, and Program Evaluation.