Andre Veiga

Me

Assistant Professor of Economics

I am an IO economist with interests in digital markets, insurance and healthcare. My work leverages theory and empirics to better understand how individuals and firms operate in these markets, and how best to regulate them.

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

Google Scholar Profile

CV

Working Papers

Price Regulation vs Information Design
Shortlisted for SCOR/EGRIE Young Economist Best Paper Award 2020

Attention, recall, and purchase: Experimental evidence on online news and advertising
with Tommaso Valletti
Marketing Science, R&R

Should I stay or should I go? Migrating away from an incumbent platform
with Gary Biglaiser and Jacques Cremer
RAND Journal of Economics, R&R

Publications

Competitive Equilibrium in Screening Markets with Unbounded Types
with John Levy
Journal of Economic Theory, 2021
Shortlisted for SCOR/EGRIE Young Economist Best Paper Award 2018
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On the Existence of Positive Equilibrium Profits in Competitive Screening Markets
with John Levy
Games & Economic Behavior, 2020

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

A Note on How to Sell a Network Good
International Journal of Industrial Organization, 2018

Pricing Institutions and the Welfare Cost of Adverse Selection
with E. Glen Weyl
American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, 2017
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Multidimensional Platform Design
with Alexander White and E.Glen Weyl
American Economic Review: Papers and Proceedings, 2017

Product Design in Selection Markets
with E. Glen Weyl
Quarterly Journal of Economics, 2016
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Non-Refereed Publications

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

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

Teaching

Microeconomic Theory (Phd) Feedback
Digital Economics and Strategy (Masters) Feedback
Business Economics (undergraduate) Feedback

Oxford undergraduate: Quantitative Economics, Economics of Industry, Core Micro
Oxford Phd (click for materials): Selection Markets, Network Markets