About

I’m a full professor in Industrial Organization at the Faculty of Economics and BusinessUniversity of Groningen, the Netherlands.

I’m also the program director of the MSc Economics.

My research interests are primarily in the field of Industrial Organization. I’m doing mostly theory, but also run experiments and have done some empirical things.


Recent updates

May 4: New version of “The Competitive Effects of Consumer Boycotts“.

Apr 29: New version of “Games With Possibly Naive Present-Biased Players” (joint with Dominic Hauck).

Apr 26: New paper: “Choosing your Battles: Endogenous Multihoming and Platform Competition” (joint with Nannette Stoffers and Gijsbert Zwart).

Mar 4: New paper: “Competition with List Prices” (joint with Pim Heijnen and Martin Obradovits).

Dec 11: With Maarten Pieter Schinkel, I edited the KVS Preadviezen 2020 on Competition Policy (in Dutch). The online event accompanying this is still online.

Sep 28: Our paper “Leniency Programs and the Design of Antitrust: Experimental Evidence with Free-Form Communication” (joint with Peter Dijkstra and Bert Schoonbeek) is forthcoming in Review of Industrial Organization.