Steffen H. Hoernig
Associate Professor with “Agregação”
Nova School of Business and Economics, INOVA
Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Campus de Campolide
P-1099-032 Lisboa

room 343
extension 1343
tel  +351-213801645
fax +351-213870933
shoernig [at] novasbe.pt

 

Academic director of the

Masters in Economics at Nova SBE

#5 in Europe (of course #1 in Portugal)

Information Economics & Policy (Associate Editor)

Telecommunications Policy (Editorial Board)

Review of Economics (Associate Editor)
(Jahrbuch für Wirtschaftswissenschaften)

Curriculum Vitae

The Informal Research Workshop at Nova SBE

 

 

Florence School of Regulation

 

 

And finally: Emoções!

 

 

Publications:

“Geographic Access Rules and Investments,” with Marc Bourreau and Carlo Cambini, April 2015, forthcoming, Information Economics and Policy.

“Transversal Agency and Crowding Out”, 2015, with Pedro Pita Barros and Tore Nilssen, forthcoming in Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics.

“Fixed-Mobile Substitution and Termination Rates,” 2015, with Marc Bourreau and Carlo Cambini, Telecommunications Policy, 39, 65-76.

“Welfare Analysis of Regulating Mobile Termination Rates in the UK,” with David Harbord, May 2014, Journal of Industrial Economics, forthcoming.

"The Strength of the Waterbed Effect Depends on Tariff Type," 2014, Economics Letters, 125, 291-294.

“Calling clubs: Network Competition with Nonuniform Calling Patterns,” with Roman Inderst and Tommaso Valletti, RAND Journal of Economics, RAND Journal of Economics, 45(1), 155-175.

“Competition between multiple asymmetric networks: Theory and applications,” 2014, International Journal of Industrial Organization, 32, 57-69. Previously CEPR Discussion Paper 8060.

“Fixed-Mobile Integration”, 2014, with Marc Bourreau and Carlo Cambini, September 2013, Journal of Regulatory Economics, 45(1), 57-74. Previously CEPR Discussion Paper 9361.

“Efectos de la Reducción de Tarifas de Terminación Móvil sobre el Bienestar en el Mercado de las Telecomunicaciones de México”, 2013, with David Harbord, El Trimestre Económico, 80(3), 651-686.

“Wholesale pricing, NGA take-up and competition”, 2012, with Stephan Jay, Werner Neu, Karl-Heinz Neumann, Thomas Plückebaum and Ingo Vogelsang, Communications & Strategies, 86(2), 153-174.

“Strategic Delegation under Price Competition and Network Effects”, 2012, Economics Letters, 117, 487-489.

“Ex-ante Regulation and Co-investment in the Transition to Next Generation Access”, 2012, with Marc Bourreau and Carlo Cambini, Telecommunications Policy, 36, 399-406.

“The impact of different fibre access network technologies on cost, competition and welfare”, 2012, with Stephan Jay, Karl-Heinz Neumann, Martin Peitz, Thomas Plückebaum and Ingo Vogelsang, Telecommunications Policy, 36, 96-112.

“When Two-Part Tariffs are not enough: Mixing with Nonlinear Pricing,” 2011, with Tommaso Valletti, BEJTE, Contributions, Vol. 11(1), Article 21. Previously CEPR Discussion Paper 7720.

“Racing for Investment under Mandatory Access”, 2010, with João Vareda, The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy: Vol. 10: Iss. 1 (Contributions), Article 67.

“National FTTH plans in France, Italy and Portugal,” 2010, with Marc Bourreau and Carlo Cambini, Communications & Strategies, 78(2).

“Mixing Goods with Two-Part Tariffs,” 2007, with Tommaso Valletti, European Economic Review, 51, 1733-1750. Previously CEPR Discussion Paper 5437 and Research Paper Series 72, Tor Vergata University, CEIS.

“On-Net and Off-Net Pricing On Asymmetric Telecommunications Networks,” 2007, Information Economics & Policy, 19(2), pp. 171-188. Previously CEPR Discussion Paper 5588.

“Bertrand Oligopoly and Sharing Rules,” 2007, Economic Theory, 31(3), pp. 573-585. Previously CEPR Discussion Paper 4972.

“Should Uniform Pricing be imposed on Entrants?, 2006, Journal of Regulatory Economics, 30(2), pp. 199-216. Previously CEPR Discussion Paper 5052.

“Asymmetry, Stability and Growth in a Step-by-step R&D-race,” 2003, European Economic Review, 47(2), pp. 245-257.

“Existence and Comparative Statics in Differentiated Cournot Oligopolies,” 2003, International Journal of Industrial Organization, 21(7), pp. 989-1019.

“Universal Service and Entry: The role of uniform pricing and coverage constraints,” 2002, with Pedro P. Barros and Tommaso M. Valletti, Journal of Regulatory Economics, 21(2), 169-190. Previously CEPR Discussion Paper 2789.

“The Interplay between Regulation and Competition: The Case of Universal Service Obligations,” 2002, with Tommaso Valletti, Ifo-Studien, 48(1), 57-71.

“Mixed Bertrand Equilibria under Decreasing Returns to Scale: An Embarrassment of Riches,” 2002, Economics Letters, 74, 359-362.

 

Chapters in books:

“The Ambivalence of Two-Part Tariffs for Bottleneck Access”, with Ingo Vogelsang, 2013, in Dewenter, Haucap, Kehder (eds), Wettbewerb und Regulierung in Medien, Politik und Maerkten, Nomos. Previously Nova SBE WP 568.

"Mobile Telephony", with Tommaso Valletti, Oxford Handbook of the Digital Economy (ed. M. Peitz, J. Waldfogel), 2012.

“The relationship between sectoral regulators and the competition authority”, 2005, with Pedro Pita Barros, in Bongardt, Annette, Competition Policy in the European Union , Experie, Lisboa, INA, Instituto Nacional de Administração

“The Interplay between Regulation and Competition: The Case of Universal Service Obligations”, 2003, with Tommaso Valletti. In Spectrum Auctions and Competition in Telecommunications, ed. Gerhard Illing and Ulrich Klüh, MIT Press.

Working papers:

Fixed-Mobile Substitution and Termination Rates,” July 2014, with Carlo Cambini and Marc Bourreau, Nova SBE WP 588.

The Strength of the Waterbed Effect Depends on Tariff Type,” May 2014, Nova SBE WP 586.

Going beyond Duopoly: Connectivity Breakdowns under Receiving Party Pays,” March 2014, Nova SBE WP 585.

“Cooperative Investment, Uncertainty and Access”, March 2013, with Marc Bourreau and Carlo Cambini, CEPR Discussion Paper 9376.

“Welfare Analysis of Regulating Mobile Termination Rates in the UK with an Application to the OrangeT-Mobile Merger”, 2012, with David Harbord, Nova SBE WP 571. Previously CEPR Discussion Paper 7730.

“The Breakdown of Connectivity Breakdowns”, October 2012, CEPR Discussion Paper 9189.

“Geographic Access Rules and Investments”, June 2012, with Marc Bourreau and Carlo Cambini, CEPR Discussion Paper 9013.

“Asymmetric Broadband Wholesale Regulation”, May 2011, CEPR Discussion Paper 8399.

Market Penetration and Late Entry in Mobile Telephony,” 2008, NET Institute Working Paper No. 08-38.

“Tariff-Mediated Network Externalities: Is Regulatory Intervention Any Good?, 2008, CEPR Discussion Paper 6866.

“Keeping Both Eyes Wide Open: The Life of a Competition Authority Among Sectoral Regulators,” 2008, with Pedro Pita Barros and Tore Nilssen, CEPR Discussion Paper 6861.

“The Race for Telecoms Infrastructure Investment with Bypass: Can Access Regulation Achieve the First-best?, 2007, with João Vareda, CEPR Discussion Paper 6203.

“On the Community Patent,” 2005, CEPR Discussion Paper 4883.

“Sectoral Regulators and the Competition Authority: Which Relationship is Best?” 2004, with Pedro Pita Barros. CEPR Discussion Paper 4541.

“Dynamic R&D-Competition with Endogenous Innovation Targets and Leapfrogging,” FEUNL Working paper 370, 1999

Work in progress:

“Edgeworth meets Hotelling in the Hinterland: A Location-Based Foundation for Linear Demand Systems”.

“Sectoral Regulators and the Competition Authority: Which Relationship is Best?” April 2015, with Pedro Pita Barros, revise and resubmit.

Going beyond Duopoly: Connectivity Breakdowns under Receiving Party Pays", October 2014.

“Cooperative Investments and Access Regulation for Next Generation Networks”, with Marc Bourreau and Carlo Cambini, March 2014, under revision.

 

“Fixed-Mobile Bundling”, with Marc Bourreau and Carlo Cambini, June 2013.

 

“Why Mobile Networks Prefer High Termination Rates: An Exploration of Strategic Delegation”, June 2012.

 

“Asymmetric Broadband Wholesale Regulation”, May 2011.

 

“Tariff-Mediated Network Externalities: Is Regulatory Intervention Any Good?”

 

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