Felix Montag

Felix Montag

PhD Candidate in Economics

LMU Munich


I am a Ph.D. Candidate in Economics at the LMU Munich, interested in industrial organization, applied econometrics, public economics, and international economics.

My research focuses on the determinants and effects of competition. I combine theoretical models with econometric methods for structural estimation and causal inference.

I will join the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth as an Assistant Professor in Summer 2022.


  • Industrial Organization
  • Applied Econometrics
  • Public Economics
  • International Economics


  • PhD Economics, 2022 (expected)

    LMU Munich

  • Master of Research in Economics, 2017

    University College London

  • Master of Science in Economics & Management, 2015

    London School of Economics and Political Science

  • Bachelor of Science in Economics, 2013

    LMU Munich

Working Papers

Work in Progress

The Evolution of Market Power in the U.S. Appliance Industry

with Ali Yurukoglu, Stanford University

Learning by hosting: What can platforms gain from third-party data?

with Maximilian Schader, LMU Munich

Policy Contributions


B.Sc. Seminar Competition and Trade Policy in a Globalized World, LMU Munich

Summer 2021

B.Sc. Seminar Competition Policy in the Digital Era, LMU Munich

Summer 2020

B.Sc. Tutorial Microeconomics I, LMU Munich

Winter 2020/2021, Summer 2019, Winter 2018/2019, Winter 2017/2018

B.Sc. Seminar The Microeconomics of the Knowledge Economy, LMU Munich

Winter 2018/2019

Supervision of B.Sc. and M.Sc. theses on empirical IO and competition in digital markets, LMU Munich