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Prof. Gianmaria Martini

gianmaria.martini@unibg.it

Tel.: +39 0352052342 (Dalmine - ex ENEL)

Office hours: martedì 16-17 e mercoledì 16-17. Si consiglia di prenotarsi inviando una e-mail all’indirizzo gianmaria.martini@unibg.it.


Building: Dalmine - ex ENEL
via Pasubio 7b - 24044 Dalmine (BG) - Italy
room 4.05

Full professor
Department of Management, Information and Production Engineering

Full professor
School of Engineering

Subjects:
22045Fundamentals of EconomicsFondamenti di economia (9 crediti)
37178Industrial and Applied Economics-ENG Industrial and Applied Economics (12 crediti)
37012Industrial Economics and Advanced MicroeconomicsEconomia industriale e microeconomia avanzata (12 crediti)

Subjects (previous Academic Years):
8503Fundamentals of EconomicsIstituzioni di economia (7.5 crediti)
22012Fundamentals of EconomicsIstituzioni di economia (9 crediti)
8915Industrial EconomicsEconomia industriale (5 crediti)
3501Industrial EconomicsEconomia industriale (V.O.)
37157Industrial Organization (Optimal Choice and Game Theory and Firms Strategic Behavior)-ENG Industrial Organization (Optimal Choice and Game Theory and Firms Strategic Behavior)
38040Optimal Choice and Game Theory-ENG Optimal Choice and Game Theory


Professor of Economics at the Università degli Studi of Bergamo. Head of the Department of Economics and Technology Management (2010-12). Coordinator of the PhD program in Economics, Management and Technology (DREAMT), a School managed jointly with Università degli Studi di Pavia. PhD in Economics at the University of York (UK) with a thesis on firms' strategies in imperfect competitive markets and competition policies.

Research activity focused initially on collusive models and the effectiveness of antitrust policy. Later more effort was dedicated to the analysis of non-price competition in oligopolistic markets, i.e. R&D and vertical restrictions. Many contributions deal with regulation, with applications to the energy sector (mainly the oil industry and the organization of the gasoline retail network), to the air transportation sector and to the health case sector. Recently, the attention has been extended to parametric and non-parametric methods to estimate technical and economic efficiency, with applications to the health care sector (hospital efficiency) and to the air transportation sector (airport efficiency). He has published several papers in international journals and presented his research results in many international conferences.

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