Fredrik AnderssonProfessor, Dean, PhD
Research areas and keywords
UKÄ subject classification
My research is in applied microeconomics and contract theory in particular. My most recent work has combined an interest in the foundational work on the make-vs-buy dichotomy, and an interest in out-sourcing of public-sector activities with a focus on the incentives created by different institutional arrangements.
My teaching has spanned most areas of microeconomics, from the introductory level to the PhD level. I have also taught intermediate-level courses in industrial organization and public economics. I have advised theses at the Bachelor, Master and Doctoral level on a broad range of topics in applied microeconomics.
I have written policy reports and consulting reports on topics in competition policy, public-sector organization and public-sector outsourcing in particular. I have also written a number of op-ed pieces on topical issues in economics, and been an expert witness in litigation of competition law.
Recent research outputs
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