Professor Siebert joined the Krannert School of Management in January 2004. He is working in the area of
industrial organization, econometrics, and microeconomics. His work is grounded in the interface between applied
theory and empirical testing, i.e., structural modeling. The investigation of the competitiveness of firms with
respect to dynamic strategic behavior forms the center of his work. Professor Siebert's studies primarily focus
on the following topics: strategic alliances (mergers, joint ventures, licensing) multi-product competition and
product differentiation, innovation, industry and firm dynamics (evolution of industries, learning by doing).
His areas of expertise include the semiconductor industry, the pharmaceutical industry and the housing market.
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