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Lanier Benkard (Professor)

Lanier Benkard (650) 725-2173
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Professor Benkardâ??s research is in the areas of empirical industrial organization (I.O.), applied microeconomics, and econometrics, and concentrates on applying microeconomic and game theoretic models to the study of individual markets. His recent work has focused on developing methods that allow us to analyze I.O. models empirically. This includes theoretical work on how to estimate demand systems and dynamic oligopoly models, as well as empirical work that uses these techniques to analyze different industries. The recent empirical work includes a study of airline mergers, a study of learning by doing in the commercial aircraft industry, and studies of personal computer prices and the demand for personal computers.

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