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DICE Research Seminar

15.01.2019 - Sebastian Siegloch (U Mannheim)


9th Edition of the Competition and Innovation Summer School (CISS)

The Ninth Competition and Innovation Summer School (CISS) will be held in Ulcinj (Montenegro) from 27 to 31 May 2019 with the support of DICE.

 

This summer school offers young researchers in the fields of innovation and competition economics

the opportunity to discuss their dissertation projects in great detail within a group of experienced and

renowned scholars, as well as other PhD students and postdoctoral researchers, in an inspiring environment.

 

The programme of the summer school features lectures that provide students with a detailed understandingof current topics of innovation, the economics of science and intellectual property rights,

empirical competition analysis, and contemporary issues surrounding theories of industrial organisation.

Students’ presentations as well as workshops on research methodologies will take place in the

afternoon.

 

Please submit an extended abstract of the paper you wish to present, a letter of recommendation from

your PhD supervisor and your CV to: registration@euro-ciss.eu

For more information please visit our website: www.euro-ciss.eu


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DFG funding for doctoral training in competition economics

Düsseldorf - The German Research Foundation (DFG) has approved the application of the Düsseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE) at the Heinrich-Heine-University for the continuation of the Graduate School on “Competition Economics”. The total funding of around 2.7 million euros will ensure the continuation of the graduate training at DICE until October 2023.


Rolf-Schwarz-Schütte sponsorship award for Matthias Hunold

For his publication "Resale price maintenance and manufacturer competition for retail services" Matthias Hunold receives the Rolf-Schwarz-Schütte sponsorship award for the best publication output of a young scientist at the DICE.


Jens Südekum appointed as Fellow by the EU Commission

Professor Jens Südekum has been appointed by the European Commission as Fellow of the initiative program "The productivity challenge: jobs and incomes in the dawning of intelligent robots".

The eight-headed committee advises the European Commission's Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs on questions of digitalization and productivity growth through new technologies


Jens Südekum is appointed to the advisory board of the Vienna WIFO Institute

Professor Jens Südekum has been appointed to the international high-profile scientific advisory board of the WIFO Institute Vienna.


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