Game Theory and Industrial Economics

This research area is devoted to the study of industrial organization - i.e. the analysis of the way firms organize their activities/strategies, compete with one another, react to incentives and public policies - and it features strong coverage of information economics, contracting issues, and game theory. Research also explores real-world empirical applications and, in so doing, it adopts econometric and experimental approaches. The blend of theory and practice often produces a treatise that serves as a valuable contribution to design real-world industrial policies.



Stefano Galavotti

Luciano Giovanni Greco

Fabio Manenti

Michele Moretto

Bruno Maria Parigi

Orestis Troumpounis

Paola Valbonesi