Ulrich Schwalbe

University of Hohenheim
Professor

Ulrich Schwalbe studied economics and political science at the Free University of Berlin. After receiving his PhD from the Free University of Berlin, he served as associate professor at the institute of economic theory at the University of Mannheim After completing his habilitation thesis, he served as acting professor at the universities of Mannheim, Bonn, and Essen before he accepted a position as a senior lecturer at the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand. Since 1999 he holds the chair for Microeconomics and Industrial Organization at the University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart. His major research interests comprise microeconomics with a special focus on industrial organization, competition theory and policy, game theory and general equilibrium theory. Ulrich Schwalbe has published widely on all aspects of competition theory and policy as well as on game theory and general equilibrium theory. He is a member of the scientific advisory board of the FIW (Research Institute for Economic Constitution and Competition), of the editorial board of NZKart, and was member of the expert group of the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology on the 8th amendment of the German Competition Law. He is an academic affiliate of NERA Economic Consulting and regularly advises private firm as well as public institutions such as the OECD, the German Parliament, German Ministry of Economics and Energy and the German Federal Cartel Office.

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