Professor David Collie
BSc & BCom, MSc(Econ), PhD
Industrial Organization and International Trade Theory: Sustaining collusion with asymmetric costs; Collusion and the elasticity of demand; Collusion in differentiated duopolies with quadratic costs; The welfare effects of trade liberalization and the gains from trade under oligopoly; The application of game theory to the modelling of trade policy, competition policy, and industrial policy; European Union state aid policy; EU and US anti-dumping policy, Anti-dumping duties and the Byrd amendment; Migration and trade with external economies of Scale; Auctioning immigration visas. Foreign Direct Investment.
In 2011/2012, the final-year undergraduate Microeconomic Analysis and the International Trade option, the graduate Advanced Microeconomic Theory course for first-year M.Sc./Ph.D. students. Students at Cardiff University on these courses can access teaching materials on Learning Central (aka Blackboard).
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