of accepted/
rejected papers

Early registration
(reduced fee)

Registration deadline for presenting authors

Registration deadline for other participants


The Department of Economics of Universidad Pablo de Olavide (UPO) is delighted to host the XXXVIII Jornadas de Economía Industrial, to be held in Seville, Spain, on the 5-6 September 2024. The Jornadas is an annual international meeting of researchers in Industrial Economics organized by the Industrial Economics Committee of the Spanish Economic Association (AEE). Since 1985, the meeting has provided an opportunity for researchers in Industrial Economics to discuss their ongoing work, share ideas and network. For more than three decades, the meeting has attracted more than one hundred participants from different countries. We hope that this new edition will continue this tradition.

We are looking forward to seeing you in Seville next September!

Plenary sessions

Keynote Speaker

Jidong Zhou
School of Management, Yale University

Frontiers in Industrial Organization

Chloé Le Coq
University of Paris II Panthéon-Assas

Alexandre de Cornière
Tolouse School of Economics .

FUNCAS ROUND TABLE: Reforms to boost competition in Spain

To be announced soon.


Ioana Chioveanu
Chair, U Nottingham

Eduard Alonso-Paulí

Albert Banal

Anna Bayona

Rosa Branca Esteves
U Minho

Joan Calzada

Rosa Ferrer

María García Vega
U Nottingham

María José Gil Moltó
U Jaume I

Xulia González
U Vigo

Jose Luis Moraga
VU Amsterdam

Carlo Reggiani
JRC, European Comission

Andrew Rhodes

Jo Seldeslachts
UvA, DIW Berlin and KU Leuven

Sandro Shelegia

Marta Troya Martínez


Ricardo Flores-Fillol
Chair, Universitat Rovira i Virgili

Luis Aguiar
University of Zurich

Pilar Beneito
Universitat de València

Paula González
Universidad Pablo de Olavide


Paula González
Chair, Universidad Pablo de Olavide, UPO

Natalia Jiménez
Universidad Pablo de Olavide, UPO

Sarah Lemaire
JRC-European Commission

Angel Perni
Universidad Pablo de Olavide, UPO

Laura Riesgo
Universidad Pablo de Olavide, UPO

Yevgeniya Shevtsova
JRC-European Commission


We welcome submissions of high quality papers – both empirical and theoretical – in Industrial Organization and related fields. Authors may submit more than one paper, but only one accepted paper can be presented.

All papers must be written in English, and the submitted files must be in PDF format, with a maximum size of 3MB.

The deadline for paper submissions is April 15th, 2024. Authors will be notified about the status of their submissions by May 15th, 2024.

To submit a paper, please use the web link below.

IMPORTANT: Authors of accepted papers should register by June 15th, 2024 in order to have their papers included in the final conference program. As it is traditional at the Jornadas, inclusion in the program is conditional on the presenter’s willingness to serve as a discussant in one of the parallel sessions.


To be announced.


Accepted papers are only included in the final program if presenting authors register for the Jornadas:

  • June 5th, 2024 – Early registration deadline.
  • June 15th, 2024 – Late registration deadline.

The registration deadline for other participants is June 30th, 2024.

Registration is not open yet, once it will be open we will put the access for registering here.

Registration Fees

Registrations include access to all workshop sessions, coffee breaks, reception, luncheon, and conference dinner. Registrations of accompanying persons include the conference dinner.

Early registration
Presenters – standard registration 250€
Presenters – PhD students 50€
Non presenters 250€
Accompanying persons 100€
Late registration
Presenters – standard registration 325€
Presenters – PhD students 110€
Non presenters 325€
Accompanying persons 100€

Cancellation/refund policy: Registration fees are non-refundable.

Dietary Restrictions

If you have any special dietary requirements, please inform the organizing committee ( upon registration.


To be announced soon.


How to arrive?

By plane

If you decide to fly to Seville, you will land at the Seville airport (also called San Pablo airport). Seville Airport is located 9 kilometers east of Seville. You can get to the center of Seville from the airport in just 15 minutes if you use your own car, rent a car or take a taxi. And it will take just 35 minutes if you choose the bus.

Taxi Airport-Seville

Normal rate at the official taxi stand:

  • 24,98€: Monday to Friday, 7:00 to 21:00
  • 27,84€: Monday to Friday, 21:00 to 7:00. / Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, 24 hours a day.

(Special rates for Semana Santa and Feria de Abril).

Click here for more information.

Special Airport Bus (EA): Airport-Plaza de Armas / Plaza de Armas – Airport

The service operates every day of the year, from 5:20 am to 01.00 pm (destination to Seville city) and from 4.30 am to 00:05 pm (destination to the airport). The EA line is part of Transportes Urbanos de Sevilla (Tussam) and also stops at Santa Justa train station (train and AVE), arriving at Plaza de Armas, in the centre of Seville.

Single ticket: 4 €; Return-trip ticket: 6 €; ticketing on the bus. Tussam EA line Schedule is available here.


Uber and Cabify are available at Seville Airport (pre-booking via app required).

By train (Santa Justa Station)

You can reach Santa Justa Station on high-speed lines from Cordoba, Madrid, Zaragoza and Barcelona on the southwest-northeast line of the AVE and from Malaga on the AVANT trains.

The terminal’s location is just a 15-minute walk from the city centre.

Tickets are available online at Renfe’s web.

By car

Seville is perfectly connected by road. A highway network connects it to all areas: the A-49 links it with Huelva and Portugal, the A-92 connects to Malaga and Granada, the A-4 arrives from Cordoba and Madrid, and the A-66 connects to Extremadura and the north of Spain. The SE-30, the Ronda Super Norte, and the SE-40 are the bypass roads that facilitate movement around the city and its metropolitan area.

More information about Seville can be found at:


The conference will take place at Universidad Pablo de Olavide, which is located at km. 1 on the highway from Seville to Utrera. You can find the Campus in Google Maps here.

The parallel sessions will take place in buildings 2 and 4, both 5 min. walking from the Metro station in the campus. The plenary sessions will take place at the Paraninfo (building 31), which is practically next to the parallel sessions’ buildings.

You can easily locate the different buildings and the metro station in the campus map below.

The wi-fi connection is provided in the Campus through the Eduroam network.


You can access the Faculty of Economics and Business, the conference venue, using public transportation:

By Metro:

The most comfortable and fastest way to access the campus is undoubtedly by metro. The metro of Seville currently has one line. It goes from Aljarafe (Ciudad Expo) to Dos Hermanas (Olivar de Quintos), passing through Seville’s city centre. You can take the subway from different stations. Line 1 has one stop at Universidad Pablo de Olavide. Then, there is a 5-minute walk from Pablo de Olavide metro station to the conference location. You can buy a single ticket or a Bonometro. Both can be purchased from vending machines at all stations. The metro ticket system is based on fare zones. This means that the fare paid by the passenger is calculated according to the number of crossing fare zones made during a single journey (fare crossing). The single ticket cost is 1.35 € (no crossing fare), 1.60€ (1 crossing fare) and 1.80€ (2 crossing fares). The Bonometro is like a wallet card. The credit loaded on the card (a minimun of 10 euros is required) is consumed as trips are made. The cost of each trip with the Bonometro is 0.33€ (no crossing fare), 0.47€ (1 crossing fare) and 0.55€ (2 crossing fares). From the city center to Universidad Pablo de Olavide there is no crossing fare.

By bus:

Bus lines 38, M-130A and M-130B link the city to Universidad Pablo de Olavide. The bus frequency is much lower than that of the metro, especially in September before the start of classes. The bus company offers a smartphone platform: Bus tickets are available from the driver (from 1.40 euros).

By bicycle:

Seville has a bicycle rental service called Sevici. Simply get a card, and you can pick up and drop off a bike at any Sevici stop.

More information on Sevici website.

By car:

Reach Seville’s SE30 ring road and follow indications SE30 direction GRANADA; exit SE30 following indications to UTRERA; take the second exit from Carretera de Utrera towards Universidad Pablo de Olavide.


To be announced-


A Young Economist Prize will be awarded for an exceptionally original and high‐quality research paper written by a PhD student or early career researcher, who completed their PhD after 31st December 2019. For joint research papers, this criterion applies to all the authors. Only papers accepted to the Jornadas, whose presenter has registered, will be considered. Those wishing to apply for the award are kindly requested to send the paper by email before 30th June, indicating in the subject “YEP JEI2024”, to Ioana Chioveanu ( The winner of the award will be selected by the scientific committee of the Jornadas and announced during the conference. The prize includes an honorarium of 1000 Euros.


JEI-2010-Madrid: Johannes Muthers, presenting «Resale price maintenance: Hurting competitors, consumers and yourself» (joint paper with Matthias Hunold).

JEI-2011-Valencia: Andrew Rhodes, presenting » Re-examining the effects of switching costs «.

JEI-2012-Murcia: Javier D. Donna, presenting «Complements and substitutes in sequential auctions: The case of water auctions» (joint paper with José Antonio Espín Sánchez).

JEI-2013-Segovia: DraganJovanovic, presenting «Mergers, managerial incentives, and efficiencies».

JEI-2015-Alicante: Manuel J. García-Santana, presenting the paper «Competition and the welfare gains from transportation infrastructure: Evidence from the golden quadrilateral of India» (joint paper with José Asturias and Roberto Ramos).

JEI-2016-Palma de Mallorca: Lorenzo Magnolfi, presenting the paper «Estimation of discrete games with weak assumptions on information» (joint paper with Camilla Roncoroni).

JEI-2017-Pamplona: Miguel Espinosa, presenting the paper «Sourcing of expertise and the boundaries of the firm: The case of lobbyists».

JEI-2018-Barcelona: Jorge Lemus, presenting the paper «Proportional restraints in horizontal patent settlements» (joint paper with Erik Hovenkamp).

JEI-2019-Madrid: Timo Klein, presenting the paper «Autonomous algorithmic collusion: Q-learning under sequential pricing».

JEI-2021-online: Fabrizio Leone, presenting the paper: «Multinational enterprises, technology transfers and robot adoption».

JEI-2022-Las Palmas de Gran Canaria: Kevin Remmy, presenting the paper «Adjustable product attributes, indirect network effects, and subsidy design: The case of electric vehicles».

JEI-2023-Bilbao: Jacopo Gambato, presenting the paper «Consumer search and firm strategy with multi-attribute products».


For inquiries about the conference please contact the local organizers at



Information about previous JEI editions is provided in the links below.