His main research concerns Competition, Industrial organization, Advertising, Microeconomics and Marketing. His studies in Competition integrate themes in fields like Average cost and Circulation. His Industrial organization research incorporates elements of Mid price, Limit price and Consumer behaviour.
His research in Advertising intersects with topics in Economic surplus and Welfare. He interconnects Outsourcing and Strategic management in the investigation of issues within Microeconomics. His work on Consumer choice as part of general Marketing study is frequently connected to Identification, Telephone number and Local area network, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
His primary scientific interests are in Competition, Industrial organization, Microeconomics, Market economy and Telecommunications. His Competition research incorporates elements of Cournot competition, Welfare and Imperfect competition. His Industrial organization study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as E-commerce, Marginal cost, Price elasticity of demand and Consumer behaviour.
His work on Price discrimination and Market structure as part of general Microeconomics study is frequently linked to Upstream, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. When carried out as part of a general Market economy research project, his work on Competition law, Market power and Liberalization is frequently linked to work in Order, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His Telecommunications research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Incentive and Mobile number portability.
His primary areas of study are Competition, Industrial organization, Humanities, Pandemic and Microeconomics. Justus Haucap undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Competition and Economic analysis through his research. Justus Haucap has researched Industrial organization in several fields, including Production, Social policy, Price discrimination and Consumer behaviour.
Justus Haucap merges many fields, such as Microeconomics and Upstream, in his writings. His work deals with themes such as Incentive, Accounting, Publication and Chemistry, which intersect with Competitive advantage. His research investigates the connection with Market power and areas like Modernization theory which intersect with concerns in Market economy and Oligopoly.
Justus Haucap spends much of his time researching Competition law, Market power, Humanities, Oligopoly and Christian ministry. Justus Haucap merges Humanities with Abusive behaviour in his study. His Oligopoly research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Merger control, Competitor analysis, Digital economy and Dominance.
The various areas that Justus Haucap examines in his Digital economy study include Modernization theory and Market economy. His study ties his expertise on Public administration together with the subject of Christian ministry.
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Wettbewerbspolitik und Kartellrecht
Ingo Schmidt;Justus Haucap.
Google, Facebook, Amazon, eBay: Is the internet driving competition or market monopolization?
Justus Haucap;Ulrich Heimeshoff.
International Economics and Economic Policy (2014)
Unionisation Structures and Innovation Incentives
Justus Haucap;Christian Wey.
The Economic Journal (2004)
Mobile number portability
Stefan Buehler;Justus Haucap.
Journal of Industry, Competition and Trade (2004)
The Effects of Gasoline Price Regulations: Experimental Evidence
Justus Haucap;Hans Christian Müller.
Research Papers in Economics (2012)
Semi-collusion in media markets
Ralf Dewenter;Justus Haucap;Tobias Wenzel.
International Review of Law and Economics (2011)
Mobile number portability in Europe
Stephan Buehler;Ralf Dewenter;Justus Haucap.
Telecommunications Policy (2006)
Strategic outsourcing revisited
Stefan Buehler;Stefan Buehler;Justus Haucap.
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization (2006)
Collective wage setting when wages are generally binding An antitrust perspective
Justus Haucap;Uwe Pauly;Christian Wey;Christian Wey.
International Review of Law and Economics (2001)
Competition in Germany's Minute Reserve Power Market: An Econometric Analysis
Justus Haucap;Ulrich Heimeshoff;Dragan Jovanovic.
The Energy Journal (2014)
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