Giancarlo Spagnolo

SITE- Stockholm School of Economics, University Tor Vergata , Lear - Laboratorio di economia, antitrust, regolamentazione (Rome)
Professor of Law & Economics / Senior Advisor

Giancarlo Spagnolo is senior advisor at Lear. He is professor of economics at University of Rome Tor Vergata, and at SITE - Stockholm School of Economics and research fellow of the Centre for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR) and at E.N.C.O.R.E. of Amsterdam.. Giancarlo has published in leading academic journals, such as the RAND Journal of Economics, the Journal of Economic Theory and the European Economic Review, and is editor of the Handbook of Procurement published by Cambridge University Press (2006). He earned an MPhil from the University of Cambridge and a PhD from the Stockholm School of Economics. Before joining the University of Rome Tor Vergata, he was research fellow of the Einaudi Institute of Economics and Finance (EIEF) and he taught at the University of Mannheim and at the Stockholm School of Economics. Between 2003 and 2007 he was Head of Research at the Italian Public Procurement Agency (Consip) . His main research interests are in the fields of game theory and industrial organization, corporate finance and governance, competition policy, procurement and contract theory. Giancarlo is fluent in English and German.

Auteurs associés

ESSEC Business School (Cergy)
French Competition Authority (Paris)
OnPoint Analytics (Emeryville)
Lear - Laboratorio di economia, antitrust, regolamentazione (Rome)

Articles

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Emmanuel Combe, Frédéric Jenny, Giancarlo Spagnolo, John M. Connor, Paolo Buccirossi L’efficacité des sanctions contre les cartels : Une perspective économique

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Présentation À l’heure où la Commission publie de nouvelles lignes directrices relatives au calcul des amendes en matière antitrust, il apparaît opportun de s’interroger sur la finalité et l’efficacité des sanctions infligées aux entreprises ayant enfreint les règles de concurrence, notamment dans le cas (...)

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