Dr Liang Lu
Liang is a Research Associate at the Centre for Competition Policy (CCP), UEA. She holds an SSF funded Ph.D. from the School of Economics at UEA - thesis title "Essays on Strategic Firms, Vertical Contracts and Horizontal Agreements". Prior to her Ph.D., she obtained an MSc in Economics from the University of Warwick and a BSc in Business Economics from UEA.
Her main research interest is to apply theories in Industrial Organisation to analyse the economic impacts of firms' strategic conducts and interfirm contracts on market performance, with current research focus being vertical contracts. Her broader areas of interest include topics in Competition Policy and Experimental and Behavioural Economics.
At CCP, Liang actively engages in centre research projects and dissemination activities. She is also the centre coordinator of consultation responses and invitations to tender.
For more information about Liang and her research please visit https://sites.google.com/site/lianglupublic/.
A Comparison of the Wholesale Model and the Agency Model in Differentiated Markets,
in Review of Industrial Organization
pp. 151–172Full Text UEA Repository
Price and Behavioural Signals to Encourage Water Conservation,
Centre for Competition Policy
The Effects of Endogenous Enforcement on Strategic Uncertainty and Cartel Deterrence,UEA Repository
Proliferation and Entry Deterrence in Vertically Differentiated Markets,UEA Repository
A Comparison of the Wholesale Structure and the Agency Structure in Differentiated Markets,UEA Repository
Which form of vertical relations makes you better off - Wholesale or Agency?,