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Industrial Economics Reading Group

The Industrial Economics Reading Group meets fortnightly during term time to discuss recent, high-quality research published in Industrial Economics. Its members include faculty, CCP researchers and PhD students. Members take it in turns to choose and introduce a paper and discuss its methodology, findings and significance. Research presented focuses on the top 5 general academic economics journals, the top field journals and the most important researchers in the field.

The group was founded originally in 2012 by two former PhD students Frederick Wandschneider and Panayiotis Agisilaou with a more specialized focus on cartels and collusion. 

Today, the discussions cover a wider range of issues from mergers and acquisitions to price discrimination in digital markets.

Please email for more information or to join the group's mailing list.

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