Andre Veiga

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Assistant Professor of Economics

Interests:
Theoretical and empirical Industrial Organization, internet markets, insurance, credit, healthcare

Contact:
Imperial College Business School
South Kensington Campus, London SW12AZ, UK
Phone: +44 (0)20 7594 7957
Email: a.veiga@imperial.ac.uk

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CV

Working Papers

Community Rating in Markets for Lemons
Shortlisted for SCOR/EGRIE Young Economist Best Paper Award 2020
SSRN

Migration Between Platforms
with Gary Biglaiser and Jacques Cremer
SSRN | Cesifo

Publications

Competitive Equilibrium in Screening Markets with Unbounded Types
with John Levy
Shortlisted for SCOR/EGRIE Young Economist Best Paper Award 2018
Journal of Economic Theory, Conditionally Accepted
SSRN

On the Existence of Positive Equilibrium Profits in Competitive Screening Markets
with John Levy
Games & Economic Behavior, 2020
Article | SSRN

Social Media, News Media and the Stock Market
with Peiran Jiao and Ansgar Walther
Journal of Economic Behaviour & Organization, 2020
Article | SSRN
Baron's Coverage | Bloomberg Coverage | The Global and Mail Coverage | City A.M. Coverage | Sydney Morning Herald Coverage

A Note on How to Sell a Network Good
International Journal of Industrial Organization, 2018
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Pricing Institutions and the Welfare Cost of Adverse Selection
with E. Glen Weyl
American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, 2017
Article | Code | SSRN

Multidimensional Platform Design
with Alexander White and E.Glen Weyl
American Economic Review: Papers and Proceedings, 2017
Article | SSRN

Product Design in Selection Markets
with E. Glen Weyl
Quarterly Journal of Economics, 2016
Article | Code | SSRN

Other Publications

Competition Policy in Selection Markets
with Neale Mahoney and E. Glen Weyl
CPI Antitrust Chronicle, 2014
Article | SSRN

Economic Democracy and Market Power
with Zoe Hitzig, Michelle Meagher, and Glen Weyl
CPI Antitrust Chronicle, 2020
Article | SSRN

Teaching

Microeconomic Theory (Imperial, Phd)
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Digital Economics and Strategy (Imperial, Masters)
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Business Economics (Imperial, undergraduate)
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Quantitative Economics (Oxford, undergraduate)
Economics of Industry (Oxford, undergraduate)
Core Micro (Oxford, undergraduate)

Selection Markets (Oxford, PhD)
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Network Markets (Oxford, PhD)
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