I am an Industrial Economist with extensive research and teaching experience. My recent research has modelled the incentives of colluding firms, with the aims of explaining real-world collusive behaviour and improving competition policy to regulate collusion and cartels. My ongoing research examines hub and spoke cartels. 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
Senior Fellow, Higher Education Academy.
Learning and Teaching