Current research interests include: competition and regulation in network industries; roll-out of next-generation networks; nonlinear pricing.
Steffen Hoernig is Associate Professor of Economics at the Nova School of Business and Economics. He obtained his PhD degree from the European University Institute in Florence, Italy. His research area is Industrial Organization, with emphasis on network economics, research and development, and oligopoly theory. His research has been published in journals such as Economic Theory, European Economic Review, Information Economics and Policy, International Journal of Industrial Organization, Journal of Regulatory Economics, Telecommunications Policy, among others. He has been an economic consultant for regulators and firms in network markets.
He teaches Information and Games, and Industrial Organization, at the undergraduate level; Game Theory at the MSc level; and Microeconomics at the PhD level at Nova.
He is Associate Editor of Information Economics and Policy and Review of Economics, and on the editorial board of Telecommunications Policy.
- Hoernig, Steffen, Jay, Stephen, Neu, Werner, Neumann, Karl-Heinz, Plückebaum,Thomas, Vogelsang, Ingo,(2012), “Wholesale pricing, NGA take-up and competition”, Communications & Strategies, 86(2), 153-174.
- Hoernig, Steffen, (2012), “Strategic Delegation under Price Competition and Network Effects”, Economics Letters, 117, 487-489.
- Hoernig, Steffen, Bourreau, Marc, Cambini, Carlo, (2012), “Ex-ante Regulation and Co-investment in the Transition to Next Generation Access”, Telecommunications Policy, 36, 399-406.
- Hoernig, Steffen, Jay, Stephen, Neu, Werner, Neumann, Karl-Heinz, Peitz, Martin, Plückebaum, Thomas, Vogelsang, Ingo (2012) “The impact of different fibre access network technologies on cost, competition and welfare”, Telecommunications Policy, 36, 96-112.