Martin Peitz

University of Mannheim
Professor

Martin Peitz is professor of economics at the University of Mannheim and a director of the Mannheim Centre for Competition and Innovation - MaCCI. He has been an academic director of the Centre on Regulation in Europe, CERRE (2012-2016) and head of the Department of Economics in Mannheim (2010-2013). Martin holds a Ph.D. from Bonn. Martin Peitz is co-author of the leading graduate textbook “Industrial Organization: Markets and Strategies” and the fortcoming book “The Economics of Platforms: Concepts and Strategy”. His research on industrial organization and microeconomics has been widely published in leading economics journals. He is a frequent public speaker and has been advising a number of competition authorities, sector regulators, and government bodies in Europe and abroad.

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Paul Belleflamme, Francisco Costa Cabral, Tim Cowen, Daniel Fasquelle, Paula Forteza, Inge Graef, Max Huffman, Frédéric Marty, Jacques Moscianese, Gabriella Muscolo, Martin Peitz, Sebastien Soriano, Thierry Warin, Ramsi Woodcock Digital & competition

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This series of articles highlights the existing debate about the role of competition policy in the digital economy. Each contribution addresses the subject from a different perspective. The first two discuss non-price strategies practiced by monopoly digital platforms and remedies that can be (...)

Frédéric Jenny, Damien Neven, Jacques Buhart, David Henry, Thomas Funke, Mathew Heim, Catarina Midões, Nicholas Levy, David Little, Henry Mostyn, Ioannis Lianos, Massimo Motta, Martin Peitz, Cristoforo Osti, Almos Papp, Christian Wik, Kristian Hugmark, Julia Vahvaselkä, Antoine Winckler, Thierry Boillot Which competition and industrial policies for the new EU Commission after Siemens/Alstom?

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This series of articles presents different points of view about the priorities of the newly established Commission on competition policy in Europe in the aftermath of the decision prohibiting the Siemens/Alstom merger and of the manifesto published by French and German governments. These (...)

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