Dr. Craig Malam

Senior Consultant


Tel: +61 2 8864 7136
Fax: +61 2 8864 6549

Tel: +64 9 928 3288
Fax: +64 9 928 3289

Email: craig.malam@nera.com
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PhD in economics, the University of Queensland
MA in economics, Toulouse School of Economics
BEc in econometrics and BA in Political Philosophy, Australian National University 


Dr. Craig Malam has ten years experience in the production of economic research and analysis as part of in investigations and litigation relating to competition issues, and for regulatory decision-making in Australia and the United States. He is currently based in NERA’s Sydney office.

While working in NERA’s San Francisco office, Dr. Malam supported antitrust experts engaged in merger, cartels, bid-rigging, and breach of contract proceedings, across the consumer electronics, health care, retail, construction, and software industries. Most recently, Dr. Malam provided expert economic consulting on a merger between an Australian and American company.

At the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) Dr. Malam conducted economic research and analysis to assist investigation teams and Commissioners across a range of competition and antitrust matters including mergers, price fixing, misuse of market power and predatory pricing. This spanned cable television, cinema exhibition, supermarkets and primary production, automotive distribution, as well as financial markets.

Dr. Malam completed his PhD in economics at the University of Queensland. He earned his Masters degree from the Toulouse School of Economics, France. He also holds undergraduate degrees in Economics (with Honours), and Arts (Polit Phil), from the Australian National University (ANU). Dr. Malam taught courses in Industrial Organization and Strategy at ANU and the University of Melbourne. He also designed and delivered internal courses in antitrust economics over several years for staff of the ACCC.

Title Type Author
Some Economics of a “Misuse of Market Power” Published Article Mr. James Mellsop and Dr. Craig Malam