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CALORI 55 [C] CABRAL, Luis M.B. b. 1 June 1961, Lisbon, Portugal. Employment history Asst Prof., Assoc. Prof., Prof., Universidade Nova de Lisboa, 1989–92, 1992–95, 1995– 96; Assoc. Prof., Prof., London Bus. Sch., UK, 1996–98, 1998–. Degrees received Licenciatura, Universidade Catolica Portuguesa; MSc, Universidade Nova de Lisboa; PhD, Stanford Univ. Ofﬁces held Executive Com., EARIE, 1994–, Southern European Assocn Econ. Theory (ASSET), 1994–. Editorial duties Assoc. Ed., Intl J. Ind. Org., 1994–99; General Ed., J. Ind. Econ., 1999–. Prizes and honours Fulbright scholar, 1985–89, 1993; First recipient, Young Scholar Best Paper Prize, EARIE, 1989. Consultancy work Various companies and govt orgs. Principal ﬁeld of interest BPS. Chief publications Book: 1. Introduction to Industrial Organization (MIT Press, forthcoming). Articles: 1. ‘Experience advantages and entry dynamics’, J. Econ. Theory, 1993; 2. ‘The learning curve, market dominance, and predatory pricing’ (with M. Riordan), Econometrica, 1994. Principal contributions Professor Cabral’s research interests are focused on the study of industry dynamics (sunk costs, network externalities, learning curves, R&D), as well as on regulation and competition policy. At the London Business School, he teaches courses on ‘Managerial Economics’ and on ‘Thinking Strategically’. He has been consultant to various organizations, is Research Fellow of the Centre for Economic Policy Research and General Editor of the Journal of Industrial Economics. CALORI, Roland b. 17 August 1951, Marseilles, France. Employment history Lectr Bus. Strategy, Marseilles Bus. Sch., 1973–77; Independent Cons., 1975–82; Head, Strategy Dept, Groupe Ecole Supérieure de Commerce,...
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