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Prof. Dr. Joel Stiebale

Professor of Empirical Industrial Economics

Düsseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE)
Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf
Universitätsstr. 1
40225 Düsseldorf
Germany

Gebäude 24.31, Raum 01.33
Tel.: +49 211 81-14516

Educational Background  
02/2010                                   PhD in Economics (Dr. rer. oec.), Ruhr-University Bochum
12/2005-02/2010 Doctoral studies in Economics, Ruhr-University Bochum and Rhine-Westphalia Institute for Economic Research (RWI)
10/2000-11/2005

MSc in Economics (Dipl. Volkswirt), University of Heidelberg, Germany

08/2003-06/2004

Visiting Student, University of Massachusetts, Boston, USA

Positions                                                 
since 10/2014                              Professor (Empirical Industrial Organization), Düsseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE), Heinrich Heine University of Düsseldorf
08/2011-09/2014

Assistant Professor (Industrial Economics), University of Nottingham, UK

03/2010-07/2011

Postdoctoral Researcher, Rhine-Westphalia Institute for Economic Research (RWI), Essen, Germany

12/2005-02/2010

Researcher and doctoral candidate, Rhine-Westphalia Institute for Economic Research (RWI), Essen, Germany

Representative Publications

  

Recent Research

 
  • "Mergers and Market Power: Evidence from Rivals' Responses in European Markets”, with F. Szücs, May 2020 (first version DICE Discussion Paper No. 323). Revision requested, RAND Journal of Economics.
  • “Import Competition and Vertical Integration: Evidence from India” , with D. Vencappa,  March 2020 (first version DICE Discussion Paper No. 293). Revision requested, Journal of Development Economics.
  • “Labour Market Reform and Product Innovation”, with M. Garcia-Vega and R. Kneller, April 2020 (first version GEP Research Paper 2019/17). Revision requested, Research Policy.
  • “The China Shock, Employment Protection, and European Jobs” , with H. Aghelmaleki and R. Bachmann, March 2020 (first version DICE Discussion Paper No. 328). Revision requested, Industrial and Labor Relations Review.
  • “The unintended consequences of R&D tax credits: exploitation, markups, and technological entrenchment”, with B. Balsmeier, L. Flemming and M. Kurakina, November 2020.
  • “Export performance under domestic anti-dumping protection” with A. Ciani, August 2020 (first version GEP research paper 2020/08).
  • “Robots and the rise of European superstar firms” with J. Südekum and N. Woessner, CEPR discussion paper 15080, July 2020.
 
Teaching and Research Interests
 
  • Industrial Organization

  • International Trade and Multinational Firms
  • Economics of Innovation
  • Applied Microeconometrics 

  • Firms in Developing Countries

 
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