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Faculty of Economics

Wednesday, 18 October, 2023

Dr Flavio Toxvaerd from the Faculty of Economics, a Fellow of Clare College and an Affiliated Researcher at the Bennett Institute for Public Policy, University of Cambridge has been selected for the CMA Competition and Productivity Economics UKRI Policy Fellowship.

Over the next 18 months, he will work with the Competition and Markets Authority on a jointly defined project and the wider research priorities of the CMA’s Microeconomics Unit.

Dr Toxvaerd says; "It’s wonderful news that I have been selected and a real privilege to have to have the opportunity to work with the Competition and Markets Authority. My interest in becoming a UKRI Policy Fellow with the CMA springs from my research interests in industrial organisation and competition policy, as well as my long-standing commitment to research-based policy engagement and communication.”

“The CMA is one of the world’s leading competition authorities, with significant international impact. It deals with some of the most interesting and complex competition policy issues of our day, and I look forward to engaging with and contributing to this work”.

UK Research and Innovation, or UKRI, is a non-departmental public body of the Government of the United Kingdom that directs research and innovation funding, funded through the science budget of the Department for Science, Innovation and Technology, and convenes, catalyses and invests in close collaboration with others to build a thriving, inclusive research and innovation system.

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