Senior Academic Researcher and Lecturer

Fields: Industrial Organization, Applied Microeconomics and Microeconometrics

Jordi Jaumandreu is a microeconomist, active in applied research using microeconometric techniques, particularly in the area of industrial organization. Current work includes the measurement of firms’ markups, the assessment of firm-level labor-augmenting productivity, and the measurement of firm-level demand heterogeneity, dynamic pricing and endogenous productivity determinants, specially innovation and R&D. His research has always kept organized around the topics of productivity, employment, innovation, including public policy towards innovation, and firm behavior. He is Fellow Researcher of CEPR and member of the IIOC Program Committee.