My research primarily focuses on the demand and supply sides in network industries. I use structural approaches and observational data to model consumer behavior. I also use various reduced form approaches to comment on the development of prices and variety of products in markets subject to an evolving competitive, regulatory, and technological environment.
- Estimating consumer inertia in repeated choices of smartphones (2021), joint with Lukasz Grzybowski. Journal of Industrial Economics, 69: 33-82.
- Assessing fifteen years of State Aid for broadband networks in the European Union: a quantitative analysis (2020), joint with Marc Bourreau and Richard Feasey. Telecommunications Policy, 44(7), 101974.
- Impact of competition, investment and regulation on prices of mobile services: Evidence from France (2018), joint with Lukasz Grzybowski and Christine Zulehner. Economic Inquiry, 56: 1322-1345.
- Are consumers myopic? Evidence from handset and mobile services choices. Job Market Paper.
- Displacement and complementarity in the recorded music industry: Evidence from France, joint with Marc Ivaldi, Frank Verboven, and Jiekai Zhang.
- Strategic Confusopoly: Evidence from the UK mobile market, joint with Christos Genakos and Tobias Kretschmer.
- The impact of trade wars on uninvolved countries: Evidence from the smartphone market.
Work in progress
- Demand for Smartphones and Digital Divide, joint with Toker Doganoglu and Lukasz Grzybowski.
- Competition between platforms: Evidence from the Video Games market, joint with Johannes Loh.