Miss Luciana Nicollier

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Position: Lecturer
Academic unit: Innovation, Management and Policy
 

Biography

I am a Lecturer in Public Economics at AMBS, and an affiliated member of the Centre for Infrastructure Development. I have a PhD in Economics from the University of Warwick and a MA in Economics and Utilities Regulation from the Universitat de Barcelona (Spain).

I have academic and non-academic experience on different aspects of competition policy and utilities regulation. On the academic side, I have focused my research efforts on learning how consumers’ generated information (like reviews, feedback or complaints) interacts with firms’ pricing and investment decisions, and affects market outcomes. On the non-academic side, I have participated on several consultancy projects for the energy sector, including projects related to pre-paid electricity and natural gas transportation.

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My research focuses in the area of industrial economics, with a particular emphasis on how consumers’ generated information (like reviews, feedback or complaints) interacts with firms’ pricing and investment decisions, and affects market outcomes. The research questions I have explored so far include the interaction between introductory prices and buyers’ reviews, how customers’ complaints affect the firms’ investment decisions and the role of ex-ante expectations on the complaining decision.

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Teaching 2016 2017

  • BMAN31212 INVESTMENT ECONOMICS AND INNOVATION. Module Leader
  • BMAN73292/1 - GAMES BUSINESSES PLAY. Module Leader. Optional module offered to MSc students in Business Analytics and MSc in Operation Projects and supply Chain Management.

Showing 3 publication(s)

2013

  • Nicollier, L. (2013). Reviews, prices and endogenous information transmission. (Warwick economics research papers series). Coventry: The University of Warwick.. Publication link: 65b5435b-05cb-4e53-b5b1-f87e14a96f72

2011

  • Casarín, A. A., & Nicollier, L. (2011). Prepaid meters in electricity: A cost-benefit analysis: A Cost-Benefit Analysis. In Private Utilities and Poverty Alleviation: Market Initiatives at the Base of the Pyramid|Private Utilities and Poverty Alleviation: Market Initiatives at the Base of the Pyramid: Market Initiatives at the Base of the Pyramid. (pp. 108-133). Williston, USA: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd. . Publication link: bd9d9a4d-152c-498a-ae1e-5b8f2bd65ec4