TPUG - Transportation and Public Utilities Group
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Associate Professor of Economics
Welcome to my web page. I study the economics of infrastructure industries, especially telecommunications and the Internet. I teach classes in industrial organization, the economics of technology, and microeconomic theory.
Office: PAC 331
Office hours: T 11-12, W 1-2, Th 11-12
e-mail: chogendorn wesleyan edu
Classes Fall 2014
ECON 301 Microeconomic Analysis
Archives of classes I have previously taught.
Aggregators, Search and the Economics of New Media Institutions (with Lisa George), Information Economics and Policy, 24(1), March 2012: 40-51.
Spillovers and Network Neutrality, Chapter 8 in Gerry Faulhaber, Gary Madden, and Jeffrey Petchey, eds., Regulation and the Performance of Communication and Information Networks, Edward Elgar, 2012.
Excessive(?) Entry of National Telecoms Networks, 1990-2001, Telecommunications Policy 35(11), December 2011: 920-932.
Platform Competition with 'Must-Have' Components (with Stephen Ka Yat Yuen), Journal of Industrial Economics, 57(2) 2009: 294-318.
The Economics of Renewable Resource Credits, (with Paul Kleindorfer) Chapter 9 in Morgan Bazilian and Fabien Roques, eds., Analytical Methods for Energy Diversity and Security, Elsevier, 2008.
Broadband Internet: Net Neutrality versus Open Access, International Economics and Economic Policy, 4(2), 2007: 185-208.
Tacit Collusion in Capacity Investment: The Role of Capacity Exchanges, The B.E. Journal of Theoretical Economics, 7(1) (Topics), Article 25, 2007.
Regulating Vertical Integration in Broadband: Open Access versus Common Carriage, Review of Network Economics, 4(1), 2005.
Collusive Long-Run Investments Under Transmission Price-Caps, Journal of Regulatory Economics, 24(3): 271-291, 2003.
The Market Structure of Broadband Telecommunications, (with Gerald Faulhaber) Journal of Industrial Economics, 48(3) 2000: 305-329.
Capital Mobility in Historical Perspective, Journal of Policy Modeling, 20(2), April 1998.