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Kjetil Andersson

Associate Professor

Associate professor

 
Office:
9I267 ( Universitetsveien 19, Kristiansand )

Kjetil Andersson is an Associate Professor at the School of Business and Law at the University of Agder. He holds a PhD in Economics from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, a Master in Business from the Norwegian School of Economics (NHH) and a Master in Economics from the University of Oslo.

His main research topics include industrial organization, tele/internet economics and econometrics. Currently he works on estimation of firm level mark-ups and productivity.

Andersson’s research has been published in journals such as Scandinavian Journal of Economics, Review of Industrial Organization and Industrial and Corporate Change.

Andersson heads the research group Competition, Networks and Institutions (CNI) at the University of Agder. He is a member of the PhD Committee and the Research Committee at the university’s School of Business and Law.

Andersson has been invited speaker or consultant for institutions like NHH, NRK and Telenor ASA.

Academic interests

Main research topics include industrial organization and applied econometrics. Currently he works on estimation of firm level mark-ups and productivity.

Teaching:

  • Microeconomics
  • International Economics & Trade
  • Industrial Organization
  • Game theory and Philosophy
  • Supervision of Bachelor and Master theses

Projects

  • Competition, Networks and Institutions (CNI) https://www.uia.no/forskning/handelshoeyskolen/cni-competition-networks-and-institutions

Scientific publications

  • Andersson, Kjetil; Foros, Øystein; Hansen, Bjørn (2015). Empirical Evidence on the Relationship between Mobile Termination Rates and Firms' Profits. The Scandinavian Journal of Economics. ISSN: 0347-0520. 118 (1). s 129 - 149. doi:10.1111/sjoe.12125.
  • Andersson, Kjetil; Foros, Øystein; Steen, Frode (2009). Text and voice: complements, substitutes or both?. Industrial and Corporate Change. ISSN: 0960-6491. 18 (6). s 1231 - 1247. doi:10.1093/icc/dtp034.
  • Foros, Øystein; Steen, Frode; Andersson, Kjetil (2006). The SMS Bandwagon in Norway: What made the market?. J. Müller and B. Preissl (Eds.), Governance of Communication Networks. Springer. faglig_bok_forlag.
  • Andersson, Kjetil; Fjell, Kenneth; Foros, Øystein (2004). Are interactive TV-pioneers and surfers different breeds? Broadband demand and asymmetric cross-price effects. Review of Industrial Organization. ISSN: 0889-938X. 25 (3). s 295 - 316. doi:10.1007/s11151-004-1971-4.
  • Andersson, Kjetil; Bratsberg, Haakon Flage; Foros, Øystein; Wasenden, Ole Christian; Hansen, Bjørn (2004). Hva gjør teleselskapene i innholdsmarkedene?. Norsk Medietidsskrift. ISSN: 0804-8452. 11 (Årg. 11, nr 2). s 122 - 145.
  • Knott, SA; Marklund, Lena; Haley, CS; Andersson, Kjetil; Davies, William; Ellegren, Hans; Fredholm, Merete; Hansson, I; Høyheim, Bjørn; Lundström, K; Møller, Maria; Andersson, Leif (1998). Multiple marker mapping of quantitative trait loci in a cross between outbred wild boar and large white pigs. Genetics. ISSN: 0016-6731. 149s 1069 - 1080.
  • Otiti, Naome; Andersson, Kjetil; Mersland, Roy (2019). Is Employee-Client Matching Good for Firms Targeting the Bottom of the Pyramid? A Study of Microfinance Insitutions.
  • Otiti, Naome; Andersson, Kjetil; Mersland, Roy (2019). Is Employee-Client Matching Good for Firms Targeting the Bottom of the Pyramid?.
  • Andersson, Kjetil; Mersland, Roy (2019). Output and productivity in microfinance banking.
  • Otiti, Naome; Andersson, Kjetil; Mersland, Roy (2018). Is Employee-Client Matching good for firms targeting the Bottom of the pyramid?.
  • Otiti, Naome; Andersson, Kjetil; Mersland, Roy (2018). Is Socioeconomic Matching of Staff and Clients beneficial for Microfinance Social Enterprises?.
  • Andersson, Kjetil (2014). Betaling for prioritet - mekanismer og resultater fra økonomisk faglitteratur.
  • Andersson, Kjetil (2013). Fagøkonomisk innlegg om nettnøytralitet og betaling for kapasitet/kavalitet.

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