9 – 11 December 2022
The APIOC was established in 2016, with the aim of fostering IO research among scholars and the building of their community in Asia and beyond.
APIOC 2022 was hosted by The University of Sydney, together with the University of New South Wales and the University of Technology Sydney.
Message from the Chair
Welcome to the Asia Pacific Industrial Organization Conference (APIOC) for 2022
The APIOC was established in 2016, with the aim of fostering IO research among scholars and building the IO community in the Asia Pacific region and beyond. We are excited to return to an in-person format in 2022, where we will enjoy beautiful Sydney, Australia, in the bright warm December weather of the Southern Hemisphere. I am honored to be involved with this world-class academic event and hope you will participate by submitting your research.
Leslie M. Marx
John Asker is a Professor of Economics at UCLA, where he holds the Armen A. Alchian Chair in Economic Theory. His research investigates topics related to antitrust policy, cartel behavior, firm-level productivity, and the aggregate impact of market power. In his research he employs a mix of theoretical and empirical methods. His papers have been published in journals in economics and finance, including the American Economic Review and the Journal of Political Economy. He is a co-editor of American Economic Journal: Microeconomics and a Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research. He has a Ph.D. from Harvard University and a B.Ec(Hons) from the Australian National University.
Yongmin Chen, PhD, Boston University, 1992, is a Professor and Provost’s Chair of Economics at the University of Colorado Boulder. His research interests center around pricing, consumer search, vertical organization, intellectual property/innovation, and law & economics. With over 60 journal articles, he has contributed to the economic analysis of a variety of topics, including (dynamic) price discrimination, product differentiation and price competition, competitive effects of vertical merger, the legal and market determinants of innovation, and the operation of online markets with consumer search. He is an associate editor of the RAND Journal of Economics, and he served as a co-editor (2011-12) and managing editor (2013-19) of the International Journal of Industrial Organization.
- Jay Pil Choi – Michigan State University
- Jacques Crémer – Toulouse School of Economics
- George Georgiadis – Northwestern University
- Kei Kawai – UC Berkeley
- Simon Loertscher – University of Melbourne
- Robert A. Miller – Carnegie Mellon University
- Nathan Miller – Georgetown University
- Carol Propper – Imperial College London
- Michelle Sovinsky – University of Mannheim
- John Rust – Georgetown University
- Jidong Zhou – Yale University
Program and Wi-Fi
- To view the Program please click here.
If you have an eduroam account, you will be able to access the University’s Wifi. If you’re unsure if you have an eduroam account or how to set one up, you can do so via this link.
Alternatively you can access the University’s UniSydney-Guest network when on campus (although please be aware this is an open network).
Locations and Hotel
Please note that there are multiple locations across USYD, UNSW and UTS.
- Welcome Reception at UTS
The Welcome Reception and round-table event will be held on level 3 of the UTS Business School building.
Address: UTS Business School, Building 8, Dr Chau Chak Wing Building
14-28 Ultimo Road, Ultimo NSW 2007
See Google Maps and UTS Campus Map
The Goods Line (level 3) > Ultimo Rd (level 2) > Cafe 80, Mary Ann Str (level 2)
- Dinner and Keynote talk at UNSW
The Lounge, Level 11, UNSW Library, Library Rd, UNSW Sydney, Kensington NSW 2052
- Conference sessions:
The majority of conference sessions will be held at the University of Sydney (USYD) Law School Building, Get directions
The following hotels are close by to campus:
Local Organising Committee
- Nicolas de Roos The University of Sydney
- Arghya Ghosh The University of New South Wales
- Emil Temnyalov University of Technology Sydney