Borja Mesa-Sánchez is an expert in the area of industrial organization. After obtaining his PhD in Quantitative Economics (with honors) at the University of Alicante, he joined the Economics Department of the Carlos III University of Madrid with a post-doctoral contract. He obtained a master's degree in Quantitative Economics and his university degree from the Carlos III University of Madrid (with honors). His research focuses on competition policies, game theory and industrial organization. He has published in international scientific journals within the JCR ranking by ISI. Borja teaches classes in undergraduate and postgraduate subjects and has been a tutor in several doctoral theses. He has worked in the Practice Department at Reuters and has won two literary awards.
Mesa, Borja "Preemptive mergers in a vertically differentiated unionized oligopoly". The Manchester School, Volume 85, Issue 5, 2017
Mesa, B. "Endogenous quality choice under upstream market power" International Journal of Economic Theory, Vol. 11, Issue 3, 2015
Faulí-Oller, R., and Mesa, B. "Losses from horizontal merger: an extension".
Microeconomic Theory, Industrial Organization, Trabajo de Fin de Grado