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Ryan C. McDevitt is a Lecturer in the Department of Management and Strategy and a Ph.D. candidate in economics at Northwestern University, where he is funded in part by the Center for the Study of Industrial Organization. His research focuses on empirical industrial organization and applied microeconomics. Specifically, Ryan's work has examined the interaction between market structure and firms' name choices, particularly as they relate to signals of firms' capabilities and reputations; the optimal pricing strategies for multiproduct firms; the extent to which market structure and competition influence venture capitalists' decisions to specialize within sectors or become generalists; and the economic impact of broadband internet's diffusion throughout the United States.
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