Portrait of Prof. Dr. Ulrich Heimeshoff

Prof. Dr. Ulrich Heimeshoff

Partner

Prof. Dr. Ulrich Heimeshoff is a partner of DICE Consult and Professor of Economics at the Düsseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE). He has extensive expertise in the application of econometric methods, especially in the quantification of damages in private litigation cases. He has advised numerous clients on both the plaintiff and the defendant side (including escalators, logistics, gas-insulated switchgear (GIS), confectionery, trucks).

Ulrich has also provided expert opinions for Deutsche Telekom, Vodafone, RWE, EON, Siemens, ADAC, Handelsverband Deutschland (HDE), the Federal Ministries of Finance and Economics, the European Parliament and the Federal Network Agency.

His research work analyses competitive and consumer behavior in automotive and retail markets as well as in telecommunications, energy and transport markets. He has published econometric papers on competition and regulation economics in national and international journals.

2015
Habilitation, Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf

2009
Doctorate, Friedrich–Alexander University Erlangen–Nürnberg

2004
MBA (Diplom-Kaufmann), University of Duisburg-Essen



2017
Haucap, J., U. Heimeshoff and M. Siekmann (2017), Fuel Prices and Station Heterogeneity on Retail Gasoline Markets, The Energy Journal 38(6), 81-103.

Dewenter, R., U. Heimeshoff and H. Lüth (2017), Less Pain at the Pump? The Effects of Regulatory Interventions in Retail Gasoline Markets, Applied Economics Quarterly.

Dewenter, R. and U. Heimeshoff (2017), Predicting Advertising Volumes Using Structural Time Series Models: A Case Study, Economics Bulletin 37, 1644-1652.

2014
Haucap, J., U. Heimeshoff and D. Jovanovic (2014), Competition in Germany's Minute Reserve Power Market: An Econometric Analysis, The Energy Journal 35, 139-158.

Haucap, J. and U. Heimeshoff (2014), Google, Facebook, Amazon, eBay: Is the Internet Driving Competition or Market Monopolization?, International Economics and Economic Policy 11, 49-61.