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CREIP - Research Centre on Industrial Economics and Public Economics

The Research Centre on Industrial Economics and Public Economics (CREIP) is organized around two topics of economic analysis: industrial organization and public economics. The former studies the interaction between the productive agents in markets, with particular emphasis on the economic implications of the decisions taken in the public sector. Public Economics, on the other hand, analyzes the decisions taken in the public sector from both a positive perspective—that is to say, the effects of public interventions in the economy—and from a normative perspective—that is to say, the instruments and actions that must be implemented to attain some previously established objectives.

This centre is staffed by a team of almost thirty university lecturers, including professors, tenured lecturers, tenure-track lecturers, temporary lecturers and trainees.

As a centre for research, innovation and technology transfer in the university sphere it is at the service of both the private and the public sectors, and aims to provide solutions to particular needs within its area of expertise.