Economics serving society
David Spector

David Spector

PSE Professor

CNRS

Campus Jourdan – 48 Boulevard Jourdan 75014 Paris

6th floor, office 51

Phone +33(0)1 80 52 16 41

Research groups: Economic Theory
  • Experimental Economics
  • Individual Behaviour
  • Competition Policy

Articles in peer-reviewed journals (published or accepted for publication)

Cheap talk, monitoring and collusionReview of Industrial Organization, forthcoming

Market share transparency, signaling and welfare, Revue d'économie industrielle, forthcoming

Margin for error semantics and signal perception, Synthese, vol. 190(15), pp 3247-3263, 2013

Exclusive contracts and demand foreclosure, Rand Journal of Economics, vol. 42(4), p. 619-638, 2011.

Competition policy in times of crisis, Concurrences, N° 2-2009.

What can be learnt from econometric studies in cartel cases?, Concurrences, N° 1-2009.

The Antitrust Economics of Bidding Markets : an Introduction, Concurrences, vol. 2-2007.

Bundling, Tying, and Collusion, International Journal of Industrial Organization, 2007.

From harm to competitors to harm to competition: one more effort, please!”, European Competition Journal, special issue on Article 82 EC, 2006. 

Competition and the Capital-Labor Conflict, European Economic Review, vol. 48 (1), pp 25-38, 2004.

Horizontal mergers, entry, and efficiency defences, International Journal of Industrial Organization, vol. 21, p. 1591, 2003.

Failure of communication despite close preferences, Economic Letters, vol. 74, 283-289, 2002.

The Noisy Duopolist, Contributions to Economic Theory, vol. 2 (1), Article 4, 2002.

Is it possible to redistribute the gains from trade using income taxation?, Journal of International Economics, vol. 55(2), pp 441-460, 2001.

Fédéralisme et conflit distributif, Annales d’Economie et de Statistique, vol. 61, pp 103-133, 2001.

Emploi : une analyse critique des politiques malthusiennes, Economie et Prévision, vol. 150-151, pp 13-31, 2001. 

Rational Debate and One-Dimensional Conflict, Quarterly Journal of Economics, vol. 115 (1), pp 181-200, 2000.

Pure Communication between Agents with Close Preferences, Economic Letters, vol. 66, pp 171-178, 2000.