I am an Industrial Economist with over ten years’ research and teaching experience. My primary research interest focuses on uncovering theoretical and empirical evidence on the sustainability of collusion between firms, making the key distinction between tacit and explicit collusion. Additional research interests include merger policy, vertical restraints and recommended retail prices. I have taught Microeconomics, Industrial Organisation and Competition Policy and have a keen interest in using technology to enhance teaching and learning.
2002 - 2008: Teaching Assistant, University of East Anglia.
2006 - 2007: Lecturer, University of East Anglia.
Work in progress:
Member, Network of Industrial Economists
Fellow, Higher Education Academy.
Learning and Teaching