DICE Research Seminar

09.07.2019 - Iwan Bos (Maastricht University)


Joint event of the Studienvereinigung Kartellrecht and the DICE

How should the Bundeskartellamt's Facebook decision be assessed from a legal and economic point of view? Which requirements must the 10th GWB amendment fulfil? These questions were discussed at a joint working session of the Studienvereinigung Kartellrecht and the DICE.


DICE Research Seminar

02.07.2019 - Sascha O. Becker (Warwick)


DICE Research Seminar

25.06.2019 - Martin O'Connell (Institute for Fiscal Studies)


DICE Research Seminar

18.06.2019 - Özlem Bedre-Defolie (ESMT Berlin)


DICE Research Seminar

11.06.2019 - Ariel Stern (Harvard Business School)


DICE Research Seminar

04.06.2019 - Yves Breitmoser (U Bielefeld)


DICE Research Seminar

28.05.2019 - Pierre Cahuc (Sciences Po, Paris)


DICE Research Seminar

14.05.2019 - Muriel Niederle (Stanford) and Melanie Lührmann (Royal Holloway)


DICE Research Seminar

07.05.2019 - Anna Raute (Queen Mary University of London)


DICE Research Seminar

30.04.2019 - Dorothea Kübler (WZB Berlin)


The role of switching costs in abuses of market power and cartel incentives

Among the prominent antitrust cases of the EU Directorate-General for Competition one name was often found recently: Google. Especially in digital markets, dominant positions can be established or cemented by making it more difficult for customers to switch providers. A DICE study conducted as part of a controlled laboratory experiment is devoted to the question of what effects high switching costs have on competition.


Sharing Economy in the German Economic Area

The Sharing Economy in Germany is growing. This holds not only opportunities, but also risks. On behalf of the BMWi, we have investigated the empirical significance of the Sharing Economy in the areas of mobility, everyday objects and accommodation. In addition, we examined whether there are regulatory gaps in the accommodation sector of the Sharing Economy and what options for action exist.


Modernisation of antitrust abuse control

[Translate to English:] Prof. Dr. Justus Haucap

Developments in the digital economy - in particular the increasing importance of (a) data as a critical input resource in production and distribution processes and (b) digital platforms in sometimes highly concentrated markets - can lead to new types of competition threats. They raise the question of whether current antitrust law is equipped to counter these effectively and in good time.


DICE Research Seminar

29.01.2019 - Jan Eeckhout (UC London)


DICE Research Seminar

22.01.2019 - Andreas Roider (U Regensburg)


DICE Research Seminar

15.01.2019 - Sebastian Siegloch (U Mannheim)


DICE Research Seminar

08.01.2019 - Stefan Pichler (U Zürich)


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