Prishnee Armoogum (ECO)
Prishnee holds an MSc in Economics with Financial Management from the Middlesex University (2006) and a BSc degree in Economics and Finance from the University of Mauritius (2004). Her research interest is competition enforcement across the different competition authorities of the world (including small economies).
Dr Sheheryar Banuri (ECO)
Dr Farasat Bokhari (ECO)
Farasat Bokhari is a Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in the School of Economics and Centre for Competition Policy at the University of East Anglia. He received his Ph.D. in Public Policy and Management from the Heinz School at Carnegie Mellon University, USA. Dr. Bokhari has taught at King’s College London (Lecturer, Department of Primary Care and Public Health Sciences), and Florida State University (Assistant Professor, Department of Economics), and was a post-doctoral fellow at the University of California, Berkeley (School of Public Health). Read more.
Chang-Ju Chiang (ECO)
Chang-Ju is a PhD student in the School of Economics at UEA. He gained his MSc degree in Economics from the University of Essex.His research interests are in the field of Industrial Organization and Applied Econometrics.
Carsten Crede (ECO)
Carsten is a PhD student in the UEA School of Economics and a student member of the Centre for Competition Policy. He gained his undergraduate degree in Management and Economics and a postgraduate degree in Economics from Ruhr University Bochum, as well as a postgraduate degree in Industrial Economics from UEA. Carsten's research interests include issues in Industrial Organisation and Applied Econometrics. At the moment he is involved in research on collusion of firms, the operation and detection of cartels, as well as cartel pricing mechanisms.
Prof Stephen Davies (ECO)
Stephen Davies is Professor of Economics in the School of Economics at UEA. His research interests include: the economics of competition policy; cartels and tacit collusion; evaluation of competition policy; mergers; industrial structure. He is a member of the Academic Panel which advises the Office of Fair Trading. He was formerly the General Editor of The Journal of Industrial Economics. He is currently working on: the interface between tacit and explicit collusion, detection and deterrence in competition policy; competition through non-linear pricing in the electricity market; and coordinated effects mergers. Read more.
Dr David Deller (CCP)
David joined CCP in September 2013. He graduated with a BA in Economics and Management from University College, University of Oxford in 2005. In 2008 he completed an MSc in Economics at the University of Essex and in 2013 received a PhD in Economics, also from the University of Essex. At CCP, David is currently working on two projects. The first project is to investigate the development of the regulatory state across EU countries and different sectors over the last 30 years. The second project is to understand consumer switching behaviour within the UK energy market using survey data.
Prof Paul Dobson (NBS)
Paul is Professor of Business Strategy and Public Policy and Head of Norwich Business School. He joined UEA in July 2010 having previously held the Storaid Chair of Retailing and Chair of Competition Economics at Loughborough University since 1998. He is recognised as a leading international authority on pricing strategy, retail competition, and supply-chain relations. He has written extensively on these matters, advised numerous national and international organisations, and provided regular commentary for a wide range of media (including TV, radio, and news/trade press). He holds three degrees, including MSc and PhD in economics from the University of London, and have held academic posts previously at the University of St Andrews (1988-9), the University of Nottingham (1990-98), and Loughborough University (1998-2010). Read more.
Prof Amelia Fletcher (NBS)
Ameila is a Professor of Competition Policy at the Centre for Competition Policy and Norwich Business School. She is also a Non-Executive Director at the Financial Conduct Authority and was previously Chief Economist at the Office of Fair Trading (2001-2013), where she also spent time leading the OFT's Mergers and Competition Policy teams. Before joining the OFT, she was an economic consultant at Frontier Economics (1999-2001) and London Economics (1993-1999).
Amelia has written and presented widely on competition and consumer policy. In her ongoing research, she has a particular interest in the implications for competition and consumer policy of behavioural economics and online markets. She is also developing an online distance-learning MSc in competition policy to be offered to practitioners internationally. Amelia gained her DPhil and MPhil in economics from Nuffield College, Oxford and she has been on the Councils of the Royal Economic Society and the Association of Competition Economics and on the advisory panel for the ESRC Centre for Economic Learning and Social Evolution (ELSE). Read more.
Dr Sang-Hyun Kim (ECO)
Sang-Hyun is a Lecturer in Industrial Organization. He finished his PhD in Economics in 2013 at Michigan State University. His research interests are in Industrial Organization, Financial Economics and Political Economy. His PhD thesis investigates how ownership structure of private firms affects their incentives to build political connections. Read more.
Dr Nikolaos Korfiatis (NBS)
Nikos is a Senior Lecturer in Business Analytics at Norwich Business School (NBS) and associated faculty at the Centre of Competition Policy (CCP). Before joining NBS, he worked as Senior Researcher at the Chair for Databases and Information Systems at the Department of Informatics of the Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany. Nikos co-founded together with Professor Roberto Zicari the Big Data Laboratory of the Goethe University (www.bigdata.uni-frankfurt.de) and acted as a Director for Analytics and Data Science. Before joining Goethe University he worked as an Assistant Research Professor (Post.doc) at the Department of Economics of the University of Copenhagen doing research in Experimental Economics and IT. He completed my PhD in 2009 at Copenhagen Business School (CBS), Denmark under the supervision of Prof. Volker Mahnke and holds an MSc in Engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm with specialization in Information Retrieval (2006). He completed his undergraduate studies at the Athens University of Economics and Business (2004) and has so far lived and worked in 5 different countries (Greece, Sweden, Denmark, Germany and UK). Read more.
Yimeng Li (NBS)
Liang Lu (NBS)
Liang is an SSF-funded research student who joined the School of Economics UEA in October 2012. Prior to her PhD, she obtained an MSc degree in Economics from the University of Warwick and a BSc degree in Business Economics from UEA. Liang's research interests are Industrial Organization and Consumer Behaviour. Liang is supervised by Professor Bruce Lyons and Dr Subhasish Modak Chowdhury. Her PhD research topic is High-street and Luxury Collaborations, with Chapter 1 focusing on oligopoly proliferation and entry deterrence in the model of vertical product differentiation.
Prof Bruce Lyons (ECO)
Bruce Lyons is Professor of Economics and Deputy Director of the ESRC Centre for Competition Policy (CCP). He is a member of the Economic Advisory Group for Competition Policy (EAGCP) to the European Commission, the Economics Reference Group (ERG) of the NHS Cooperation and Competition Panel, and the Scientific Board of the Austrian Institute of Economic Research (WIFO). He was formerly Editor of Journal of Industrial Economics, Associate Editor of Economica, and a part-time Member of the UK Competition Commission (2002-11). Read more.
Dr Franco Mariuzzo (ECO)
Franco Mariuzzo obtained his Master's degree of Economics and Finance from Venice International University and completed his Doctorate in Quantitative Economics in 2004 at Ca' Foscari University of Venice. He has taught Econometrics and Industrial Organization. His fields of research are Applied Econometrics and Industrial Organization. He has worked with structural models to evaluate horizontal mergers and acquisitions in differentiated products industries, and has focused on collusion in homogeneous good industries. He is currently pursuing research in the growth-of-firms literature. Read more.
Dr Peter Ormosi (NBS)
Peter is a competition policy expert with almost 15 years of relevant experience, able to work on both the legal and economic aspects of competition. His primary comparative strength is that he is capable of capitalising on the synergies between two disciplines. He has published in both economics and law journals of international excellence. Peter's research is mapped around various topics in competition law and economics, including the analysis of the anti-competitive effects of mergers, cartel detection and deterrence, and the ex post evaluation of the impact of competition enforcement including the analysis of the deterrent effect of law enforcement. Read more.
Ioannis Pappous (ECO)
Dr Lily Samkharadze (NBS)
Prof Catherine Waddams (NBS)
Catherine Waddams (formerly Price) is a faculty member of CCP and Professor in Norwich Business School, which she joined in 2000. She was director of CCP until July 2011. From 1995 to 2000 she was founding Director of the Centre for Management under Regulation and Professor in Warwick Business School, and prior to that senior lecturer in economics at the University of Leicester. She has held visiting positions at the University of California at Berkeley, the University of Copenhagen and the University of Cambridge.
Her research interests are in the area of Industrial Organization, and she has published widely on privatization, regulation and the introduction of competition, especially in energy markets. She is particularly interested in the distributional impact of regulatory reform, and consumer choice in newly opened markets, both in the UK and elsewhere. Read more.
Weijie Yan (ECO)