M2 Choice – Economics of Markets and Organizations (EMO)

Current student - Arthur Biamouret Which aspects of your chosen program were the most challenging? The M2 EMO is not technically or theoretically difficult, but I think that the hardest part for me was to do theory. After my gap year - two internships and a trip - I was expecting to do applied economics, … Continue reading M2 Choice – Economics of Markets and Organizations (EMO)

Should we use new economic methods to assess the impact of collusion on welfare in vertical markets? The example of the “Yoghurt case”

    If literature has widely covered collusion in horizontal markets, it has not given enough attention to collusion in vertical markets, and more precisely on how to properly evaluate the impact of cartels on total welfare. As we observe convictions for collusion among prominent manufacturers, economists try to advise authorities on new approaches to … Continue reading Should we use new economic methods to assess the impact of collusion on welfare in vertical markets? The example of the “Yoghurt case”