John Vickers mainly focuses on Microeconomics, Competition, Market economy, Public economics and Incentive. His work on Profit and Supply and demand as part of general Microeconomics study is frequently linked to Race and Implicit cost, bridging the gap between disciplines. His work on Duopoly as part of general Competition research is often related to Asymmetry and Stochastic evolution, thus linking different fields of science.
In general Market economy, his work in Product market is often linked to Imitation and Economic analysis linking many areas of study. The Public economics study which covers Welfare that intersects with Complete information and Monetary policy. John Vickers has researched Incentive in several fields, including Cournot competition and Equity.
John Vickers spends much of his time researching Microeconomics, Competition, Market economy, Welfare and Price discrimination. His work on Oligopoly, Profit and Duopoly as part of general Microeconomics research is frequently linked to Set, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Competition course of study focuses on Monopoly and Econometrics.
As part of his studies on Market economy, John Vickers often connects relevant subjects like Financial crisis. His work investigates the relationship between Welfare and topics such as Incentive that intersect with problems in Public economics. John Vickers has included themes like Mid price, Reservation price, Nonlinear pricing and Convexity in his Price discrimination study.
John Vickers mostly deals with Microeconomics, Competition, Oligopoly, Set and Relative price. Microeconomics is often connected to Discrete choice in his work. His work in the fields of Competition law overlaps with other areas such as Brexit.
His Relative price study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Cournot competition, Mathematical economics, Economic surplus and Monopoly. His work in Monopoly tackles topics such as Marginal cost which are related to areas like Logit. His Price discrimination research integrates issues from Welfare and Convexity.
His primary scientific interests are in Microeconomics, Capital requirement, Systemic risk, Mathematical economics and Competition. In the subject of general Microeconomics, his work in Oligopoly, Price discrimination and Uniform pricing is often linked to Captivity and Aggregate, thereby combining diverse domains of study. The concepts of his Oligopoly study are interwoven with issues in Duopoly and Price dispersion.
Capital requirement is a subfield of Market economy that he investigates. The study incorporates disciplines such as Paid in capital, Capital adequacy ratio, Insolvency, Externality and Monetary economics in addition to Systemic risk. John Vickers is studying Competition law, which is a component of Competition.
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Privatization: An Economic Analysis
John Vickers;George K. Yarrow.
Regulatory Reform: Economic Analysis and British Experience
Mark Armstrong;Simon G.B. Cowan;John Vickers.
Competition, Imitation and Growth with Step-by-Step Innovation
Philippe Aghion;Christopher Harris;Peter Howitt;John Vickers.
The Review of Economic Studies (2001)
Delegation and the theory of the firm
The Economic Journal (1985)
Economic Perspectives on Privatization
John Vickers;George Yarrow.
Journal of Economic Perspectives (1991)
Anatomically related grey and white matter abnormalities in adolescent-onset schizophrenia
Gwenaëlle Douaud;Stephen Smith;Mark Jenkinson;Timothy Behrens.
Performance Comparisons and Dynamic Incentives
Margaret A. Meyer;John Vickers.
Journal of Political Economy (1997)
Competitive price discrimination
CM Armstrong;J Vickers.
The RAND Journal of Economics (2001)
The access pricing problem: a synthesis
Mark Armstrong;Chris Doyle;John Vickers.
Journal of Industrial Economics (1996)
Concepts of Competition
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