Economics of collusion discussed at ERSA workshop

Posted by Johan Fourie on 2015-09-29

Prof Willem Boshoff organized an ERSA-sponsored workshop on industrial organization on 7 and 8 September in Constantia. The keynote speaker was Prof Joseph Harrington from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. The focus of the workshop was on the economics of collusion. The fourth organized since 2013, the IO workshop attracted various scholars from across Europe and the US in addition to local academics. This photo shows some of the participants. In the back row is Sanderson Abel (Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University), Ulrich Laitenberger (ZEW, Mannheim), Thomas Youle (Dartmouth), Phakama Senzangakhona (Walter Sisulu University), Joe Harrington, Corné van Walbeek (UCT), Johannes Paha (Giesen), Stefan Frübing (ZEW, Mannheim), Iwan Bos (Maastricht), Willem Boshoff and Tapera Muzata (Stellenbosch, PhD candidate). In the front row are Karabo Motaung (South African Competition Commission), Andrea Günster (ETH Zurich) and Sunel Grimbeek (South African Competition Commission).

Login

(for staff & registered students)



Need a password?
Forgot your password?

Upcoming Seminars

No seminars are currently listed. Please check back soon.
 
More...

BER Weekly

10 June 2019
Domestic financial markets were rattled last week after the release of much weaker-than-expected 2019Q1 GDP figures and mixed messages from the ANC on the mandate of the SA Reserve Bank (SARB). The rand exchange rate weakened significantly through the week. Incoming data for the second quarter, including vehicle sales and the Absa Purchasing Managers'...

Read the full issue
 

Upcoming Seminars

No seminars are currently listed. Please check back soon.
 
More...

BER Weekly

10 June 2019
Domestic financial markets were rattled last week after the release of much weaker-than-expected 2019Q1 GDP figures and mixed messages from the ANC on the mandate of the SA Reserve Bank (SARB). The rand exchange rate weakened significantly through the week. Incoming data for the second quarter, including vehicle sales and the Absa Purchasing Managers'...

Read the full issue