James E. Prieger
Professor of Economics
School of Public Policy
Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley
Economics of Public Policy, Industrial Organization, Regulation, Applied Econometrics, Telecommunications Economics, Black Markets.
Entrepreneurship, R&D, and economic growth; Entry in the US broadband market; Markets for illicit goods, law enforcement, and violence.
Antitrust issues in network markets, the broadband Digital Divide, regulation of polluting monopolists, the impact of e-business on the economy, mobile phone use while driving and accidents, the impact of the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) on retail firms, conditional moment tests for heterogeneity in parametric duration models, selection models for duration and count data, efficient Universal Service funding, alternative telecommunications regulation and innovation, the political economy of public utility regulation, and the determinants of civic engagement in California.