Dr. William Sjostrom
|Dr. William Sjostrom||
Senior Lecturer in Economics
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Law and Economics
European Competition Policy(joint with Law department)
Statistics for Economists
Mathematics for Economics
Industrial Organisation, Applied Microeconomics, Law and Economics, Maritime Economics
Previous Professional Experience
Senior Lecturer, Department of Economics, National University of Ireland, Cork, 1994-2002
Lecturer, Department of Economics, National University of Ireland, Cork, 1992-4
Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Northern Illinois University, 1986-1992 Economist, Port of Seattle, 1984-1986
Dean, Faculty of Commerce, National University of Ireland, Cork, 1996
- Ocean Shipping Cartels: A Survey, Review of Network Economics. 3 (June 2004): pp. 107-134.
- The Stability of Ocean Shipping Cartels, in How Cartels Endure and How They Fail, ed. Peter Z. Grossman, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2004, pp. 82-110.
- Contract of Services for the Assistance in Processing Public Submissions to be received in response to the "Consultation Paper" on the Review of Council Regulation 4056/86 (with H.E. Haralambides, M. Fusillo, U. Hautau, and A.W. Veenstra) Report to the European Commission, Directorate General for Competition, July 2003
- Liner Shipping: Modelling Competition and Collusion, in Handbook of Maritime Economics and Business, ed. Costas Th. Grammenos, London: Lloyds of London Press, 2002, pp. 307-326.
- The Effect of Safety Regulations at Sea: Deck Load Laws and the Nineteenth Century Timber Trade, International Journal of Transportation Economics. 27 (October 2000): 303-313.
- The Economic Value of the Port of Cork to the Irish Economy (with Richard Moloney and Raymond Burke) Report Commissioned by the Port of Cork Company, June 2000.
- Competition Law in the European Union and the United States, in New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics and the Law, ed. Peter Newman, London: Macmillan, 1998, vol. 1, pp. 370-377.
- Stability and Related Problems in Liner Shipping: An Economic Overview (with John Davies, Craig Pirrong, and George Yarrow) Hearing before the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, U.S. Senate, 104th Congress, 1st Session, November 1995.
- Hanged for a Sheep - The Economics of Marginal Deterrence, (with David Friedman) Journal of Legal Studies. 22 (June 1993): 345-366
- Antitrust Immunity for Shipping Conferences: An Empty Core Approach, Antitrust Bulletin. 38 (Summer 1993):419-423
- Job Security in an Efficiency Wage Model, Journal of Macroeconomics. 15 (Winter 1993): 183-187
- Price Discrimination by Shipping Conferences, Logistics and Transportation Review. 28 (June 1992): 207-215
- An Empirical Test of Monopoly Behaviour: An Application to the Hardwood Cases: A Comment, Applied Economics. 23 (February 1991): 339-341
- On the Origin of Shipping Conferences: Excess Capacity and the Opening of the Suez Canal, International Journal of Transportation Economics. 16 (October 1989): 329-335
- Collusion in Ocean Shipping: A Test of Monopoly and Empty Core Models, Journal of Political Economy. 97 (October 1989): 1160-1179
- Monopoly Exclusion of Lower Cost Entry: Loyalty Contracts in Ocean Shipping Conferences, Journal of Transport Economics and Policy. 22 (September 1988): 339-344