Matthew is an Industrial Economist with extensive research and teaching experience. His 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. His ongoing research examines hub and spoke cartels. He has 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
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