Department of Economics and Business Economics

Jos Jansen

Associate professor

Jos Jansen

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Associate Professor
MA (Econometrics), Erasmus University Rotterdam, 1993
PhD (Economics), Tilburg University, 2000

Member of Industrial Organisation and Trade Section
Research Secretaries: Susan Stilling and Mette Vad Andersen

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Teaching Interests

  • Microeconomics
  • Industrial Economics
  • Regulatory and Antitrust Economics
  • Economics of Innovation
  • Information Economics and Contract Theory
  • Game Theory


Research Interests

  • Industrial Organization
  • Regulatory and Antitrust Economics
  • Contract Theory and Incentives
  • Financial Accounting and Reporting
  • Behavioral & Experimental Economics


Publications

  • A Note on Quality Disclosure and Competition, Journal of Industrial Economics 65 (4), December 2017, 833-841
  • Too Much Information Sharing? Welfare Effects of Sharing Acquired Cost Information in Oligopoly, with Juan José Ganuza, Journal of Industrial Economics 61 (4), December 2013, 845-876
  • Beyond the Need to Boast: Cost Concealment and Exit in Cournot Oligopoly, Research in Economics 66 (3), September 2012, 239-245
  • On Competition and the Strategic Management of Intellectual Property in Oligopoly, Journal of Economics and Management Strategy 20 (4), Winter 2011, pp. 1043-1072
  • Strategic Information Disclosure and Competition for an Imperfectly Protected Innovation, Journal of Industrial Economics 58 (2), June 2010, pp. 349-372
  • Information Acquisition and Strategic Disclosure in Oligopoly, Journal of Economics and Management Strategy 17 (1), Spring 2008, pp. 113-148
  • The Organization of Regulated Production: Complementarities, Correlation and Collusion, with Doh-Shin Jeon and Domenico Menicucci, International Journal of Industrial Organization 26 (1), 2008, pp. 327-353
  • The Effects of Disclosure Regulation of an Innovative Firm, in J.P. Choi (ed.) Recent Developments in Antitrust: Theory and Evidence, Cambridge MA, MIT Press, 2007, pp. 265-291
  • Coexistence of Strategic Vertical Separation and Integration, International Journal of Industrial Organization 21 (5), 2003, pp. 699-716



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