Lecture on Economic Regulation of Natural Monopolies and Optimal Design of Intellectual Property Rights

HEC Paris
04 February 2020 - 05 March 2020
Hosted By: HEC Paris

On 4 February and 5 March, NERA Economic Analyst Diane Delaquaize presented lectures to the Applied Contemporary Economics master’s programme students at HEC Paris. 

In the first lecture, Diane discussed the regulation of natural monopolies through case studies on economic regulation of airports. For the second lecture, she presented some theory regarding the optimal design of Intellectual property rights and discussed the application to the valuation of early stage pharmaceutical companies.

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