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Scott J. SavageScott J. Savage
Associate Professor

Office: Econ 121
Telephone:
303.735.1165
Fax: 303.492.8960
Dept. Phone: 303.735.5500
Email: scott.savage@colorado.edu
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Fields:
Industrial Organization

Current Research Interests:
Consumer Preferences, Competition, Regulation, Telecommunications Industry

Short CV

Education:
PhD–Curtin University of Technology
MEc–University of Western Australia
BB–Curtin University of Technology

PhD, Curtin University of Technology, 2000, is an associate professor who teaches microeconomics and telecom economics. His research interests include empirical aspects of industrial organization, network economics, and applied econometrics. He is currently studying: political determinants of pricing in partially deregulated markets; entry, competition and pricing in cable TV markets; the effect of telecom liberalization and network externalities on economic growth; and consumer preferences for broadband.