The 17th Annual
INTERNATIONAL INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION CONFERENCE



Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel
Boston, Massachusetts


April 5-7, 2019

Website: https://web.northeastern.edu/ios/






  • Papers
  • Deadlines

  • Conference Guidelines

  • Prizes for Best Papers

  • Graduate Student Sessions

  • Sponsored Sessions

  • Committee

  • Further Information


  • Industrial Organization Society

    The paper submission window is now open.


    To submit a paper, the link is http://editorialexpress.com/conference/IIOC2019

    Deadlines

  • The deadline for submissions was January 15, 2019.

  • If the US government shutdown has affected your ability to submit a paper by the deadline date, please email Federico Ciliberto at fc3p@virginia.edu.
  • Decisions announced on February 8, 2019.
  • Paper presenters must register by February 15, 2019.
  • Non-paper presenters must register by March 15, 2019.
  • Target date for Final program online on March 7,2019.
  • Full paper uploaded to conference maker or made available to discussant by February 28, 2019.
  • Conference Guidelines

    Accepted papers are to be presented by the individual submitting the paper. Paper acceptances are also strictly conditional on the submitter's willingness to serve as a discussant in another session of the conference.

    Graduate students must submit only to the Rising Star/Graduate Student Sessions area.

    Prizes for Best Papers in Antitrust and Regulation

    • THE ROBERT F. LANZILLOTTI PRIZE FOR BEST PAPER IN ANTITRUST ECONOMICS
      The eleventh annual Robert F. Lanzillotti Prize will be awarded for the best paper in antitrust economics that is presented at the conference. The winning paper will be selected by a committee of experts from the relevant papers that are accepted for presentation at the conference. The winner of the Robert F. Lanzillotti Prize will be announced at the conference. The prize includes an honorarium of $2,500.
    • THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA PUBLIC UTILITY RESEARCH CENTER PRIZE FOR THE BEST PAPER IN REGULATORY ECONOMICS
      The eleventh annual University of Florida Public Utility Research Center Prize will be awarded for the best paper in regulatory economics. The winning paper will be selected by a committee of experts from the relevant papers that are accepted for presentation at the conference. The winner of the Public Utility Research Center Prize will be announced at the conference. The prize includes an honorarium of $2,500.

    To be considered for the prizes, completed papers must be uploaded to the conference web site by January 15.

    Graduate Student/ Rising Star Sessions

    Again this year, the conference will be spotlighting the best of graduate student papers during Friday evening sessions.

    Program Committee

    Chair: Federico Ciliberto, University of Virginiafc3p@virginia.edu
  • Matthew Backus, Columbia University
  • Panle Jia Barwick, Cornell University
  • Alessandro Bonatti, MIT
  • Jay Choi. MSU
  • Robert Clark, Queen’s University
  • Alon Eizenberg, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  • Ying Fan, University of Michigan
  • Silke Forbes, Tufts University
  • Matthew Grennan, UPenn
  • Jean Francois Houde, University of Wisconsin
  • Jordi Jaumandreu, Boston University
  • Ginger Jin, University of Maryland
  • Elena Krasnotskaya, Johns Hopkins University
  • Matthew Lewis, Clemson University
  • Albert Ma, Boston University
  • Brian McManus, UNC Chapel Hill
  • Nathan Miller, Georgetown University
  • Eugenio Miravete, UT Texas
  • Andrew Newman, Boston University
  • Mark Roberts, PSU
  • Bettina Peters, ZEW
  • Henry Schneider, Queen’s University
  • Katja Seim, UPenn
  • Konstantinos Serfes, Drexel University
  • Michelle Sovinsky, University of Mannheim
  • Yossi Spiegel, Tel Aviv University
  • Sofia Berto Villa-Boas, UC Berkeley
  • Nathan Wilson, FTC
  • Mo Xiao, University of Arizona

    Further Information

    This website will provide updated information concerning registration and lodging information, as well as a link to the registration site. The preliminary conference program will be posted by the beginning of March 2018.

    Questions may be directed to the Conference Administrator, Kathy Downey: k.downey@neu.edu.

      Mailing address:
      Industrial Organization Society
      c/o Kathy Downey
      Northeastern University
      Department of Economics
      301 Lake Hall
      Boston, MA 02115-5000

      Phone Number: 617-373-2887
      Fax Number: 617-373-3640