Educated at Bologna and Oxford, Vincenzo Denicolò (1959) joined the Department of Economics of the University of Bologna in 1993. He has been visiting fellow at Clare Hall (Cambridge) and visiting professor at the European University Institute and the University of Paris II. He served as co-editor of the International Journal of Industrial Organization (2000-2003) and head of the Bologna Doctoral School in Economics and Statistics (2004-2007).
BOCLE’s themes of research: Industrial organization and competition policy, Innovation and intellectual property.
Recent representative publications:
- 1. Trading with a Common Agent: A Characterization of the Nash Equilibria, Journal of Economic Theory, forthcoming (with Gabriella Chiesa).
- 2. A Signaling Model of Environmental Over-compliance, forthcoming, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization
- 3. Revisiting Injunctive Relief: Interpreting e-Bay in High-tech Industries with Non-practicing Patent-holders, 2008, Journal of Competition Law and Economics, (with Damien Geradin, Anne Layne-Farrar and Jorge Padilla)
- 4. Do Patents Over-compensate Innovators?, 2007, Economic Policy, 22, 679-729.
- 5. Patents, Secrets, and the First Inventor Defense, 2004, Journal of Economics and Management Strategy 13, 517-538 (with Luigi Franzoni).
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