I joined the School of Business as a Lecturer in Economics in July 2018. Before that I was a Hallsworth Research Fellow in Economics at the University of Manchester (2015-2018) and a Junior Fellow of the Royal Economic Society at the University of St Andrews (2014-2015). I received my PhD in Economics in 2014 from the University of St Andrews.
Research interests: industrial organization competition policy innovation digital markets banking regulation
Regulating Data Privacy and Cybersecurity, forthcoming, Journal of Industrial Economics (with W. Lam)
Optimal Legal Standards for Competition Policy Revisited, 2020, Economics Letters 194, 109359
Welfare Effects of Compulsory Licensing, 2015, Journal of Regulatory Economics 48, 317-350
I am happy to hear from prospective PhD students in the areas of industrial organization competition policy innovation digital markets banking regulation.
EC1025 Contemporary Issues in Economics Finance and Business
EC2043 Game Theory
Press and media
Competition policy and regulatory issues in the areas of innovation digital markets and banking.
Personal website: https://jacobseifert.weebly.com/