The Institute for Industrial Organization, led by Professor Dr. Jürgen Weigand, analyzes competitive markets and their implications for business strategies and their applicability to the strategic decision processes of business leaders and teams.
Research at the leading edge –
Focusing on economics for strategic leaders.
The research focus of the Institute members is the economics of firms and industries and, in particular, its implications for competitive markets and politics.
Research projects have been conducted in the fields of theoretical and empirical industrial organization, competition policy and regulation, computational economics, business simulations, monetary economics, corporate governance, and sport economics.
Hope is not a strategy –
the podcast for strategy makers.
In the podcast "Hope is not a strategy", management consultant Christian Underwood and Prof. Dr. Jürgen Weigand show how you can win with strategic work in volatile times. Three different formats offer a 360-degree all-round view of the topic of strategy on a fortnightly basis.
Strategy Knowledge lays the theoretical foundation for central strategy questions, interviews with leading strategy makers provide insight into practice, and in Strategy Talk Prof. Dr. Jürgen Weigand and Christian Underwood deal with prejudices, myths and the latest findings from research and practice.
The International Handbook of Competition, Second Edition –
Shaping modern competition policy.
The book aims to further our understanding of how economic reasoning and legal expertise complement each other in defining the fundamental issues and principles in competition policy. In specially commissioned chapters the book provides a scholarly review of economic theory, empirical evidence and standards of legal evaluation with respect to monopolization of markets, exploitation of market power and mergers, among other issues.
Completing a Final MBA Project at the Institute for Industrial Organization
Get to know our team –
Working together to inspire and achieve.
Keeping in touch –
Meet our alumni.
The Institute for Industrial Organization has over 25 alumni working in academic institutions and business and we maintain close contact with them.