Florian Ederer

Florian Ederer is an Associate Professor in Economics at the Yale School of Management, an affiliated faculty member of the Department of Economics, and a research staff member of the Cowles Foundation. His research which is in the fields of organizational economics, the economics of innovation, antitrust, and experimental economics, focuses on how product market competition, incentive compensation, and performance evaluation schemes influence competitive behavior and innovation.

The Economic Costs of Common Ownership

A new empirical study attempts to estimate the economy-wide welfare costs of common ownership. The authors find that they are large and have risen...

Is There Really a Conflict Between Better Corporate Governance and More Competitive Product Markets?

A new study shows that the supposed tradeoff between better corporate governance and more competitive product markets may not exist. More commonly-owned firms have...

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