Dr. Patrick Andreoli-Versbach

Former Research Fellow

Innovation and Entrepreneurship Research

Areas of Interest:

Industrial Organization, Applied Econometrics and Behavioral Economics, the Analysis of Collusive Pricing and Empirical Methods to Detect Cartels, Psychological Pressure in Competitive Environments, Effects of Social Networks on Information Assymmetry and Consumer Choice

Academic Résumé

Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition (Innovation and Entrepreneurship Research). Doctoral Thesis: “Collusion in the Italian Retail Petrol Market”

Internship at Oxera Economic Consulting in Oxford, UK

2008 - 2009
Master of Science in Management and Economics (Honours) at the London School of Economics and Dartmouth College, US

Research Assistant to Prof. Annamaria Lusardi (Dartmouth/NBER)

Summer School on “The Economics of Globalization” at Fudan University, Shanghai

 2005 - 2008
Undergraduate Studies in Economics and Social Science at Bocconi University


Actions Speak Louder Than Words: Econometric Evidence to Link Sticky Leadership Pricing with Collusion

Climbing the Shoulders of Giants: Open Access to Data

European Data Watch Extended (EDaWaX)

Open Access to Data: An Ideal Professed but Not Practised