Industrial Organization Research Group
All these are examples of the questions that economists specializing in Industrial Organization (IO) analyze. IO is the analysis of market imperfections and imperfectly competitive markets – meaning most if not all real-world markets. Whether you want to understand how well a market works from the point of consumers, firms, employees or the taxpayer (government), IO tools are indispensable for your analysis. IO blends economic theory, knowledge of institutions and empirical methods to address real world questions that are relevant for business and policy.
Elias Einiö, senior Researcher
Ari Hyytinen, professor
Mika Kortelainen, research leader
Marita Laukkanen, chief researcher
Matti Liski, professor
Van Moer Geert, assistant professor
Mikko Mustonen, senior lecturer
Staffan Ringbom, senior lecturer
Tanja Saxell, senior researcher
Rune Stenbacka, professor
Tuomas Takalo, senior research adviser
Otto Toivanen, professor, Chair of the group
Markku Siikanen, post-doc
Alexis Stevenson, PhD student
Jan Jääskeläinen, PhD student
Olga Neselevska, PhD student
Qiqi Zhang, PhD student
Timo Autio, PhD student
Aleksi Paavola, PhD student
IO PhD Student Workshop
22.5.19 wed 9.30- (Otaniemi, Main building U405a)
IO Student presentation seminars
(a single 1 hour presentation or two short ones (for a total of one hour or, if needed, for more)
13.2.19 wed 9.30- (Economicum, Seminar room 1)
10.4.19 wed 9.30- (Otaniemi, Main building, U401)
12.6.19 wed 9.30- (Economicum, seminar room 1)
Program for Helsinki GSE Industrial Organization PhD workshop
December 19, 2018
Service quality in public procurement for cleaning services (research proposal).
Discussant: Geert van Moer
The impact of banking regulation on the real economy (research proposal).
Discussant: Rune Stenbacka
10.45 – 11.00
Influence of the Venture Capitalists – Evidence from Finland (research proposal).
Discussant: Ari Hyytinen
place: seminar room 1.