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Determining the appropriate amount and design of government regulation requires understanding the trade-offs between consumer protections and business innovation and productivity.  Often, the ideal level of regulation in an industry is determined by competition and market structure. SIEPR scholars produce the knowledge and analysis that informs regulations on various industries and their impact as well as how markets can best be designed to generate benefits for both consumers and producers.

Keywords: industrial organization, market design, regulation, antitrust, mergers, competition policy

People in Regulation and Competition Research

Professor of Finance and Economics
Assistant Professor
Associate Professor
Professor of Economics
Professor of Economics
Professor of Finance and Economics
Professor of Economics
Professor of Medicine
Professor in Technology and the Economy
Assistant Professor
Professor of Economics
Assistant Professor of Economics
Trione Director of SIEPR
Tad and Dianne Taube Healthcare Fellow and Senior Fellow
Professor of Economics and of Health Research and Policy
Professor of Economics
Professor of International Communication
Professor of Economics
Professor of Law and Business
Professor of Law
Assistant Professor of Law
Professor of Political Economy
Research Scholar
Senior Fellow
Professor of Sciences and Humanities
Assistant Professor of Economics
Professor of Law
Professor of Price Theory
Professor of Economics
George P. Shultz Faculty Fellow and Senior Fellow
Professor of Economics
Professor of Law
Professor of Economics
Professor in Public Policy
Research Scholar
Professor of Law and Economics
Assistant Professor of Health Research and Policy
Professor of Accounting
Assistant Professor
Gordon Cain Senior Fellow
Professor of Economics
Professor of Finance
Assistant Professor of Economics
Professor of Law
Professor of Political Science
Assistant Professor of Economics
Professor of Economics

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Atal, J. P., Cuesta, J. I., González, F., & Otero, C. (2021). The Economics of the Public Option: Evidence from Local Pharmaceutical Markets. Working Paper.

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