The Centre for Regulation and Market Analysis (CRMA) undertakes research on the economic, social, political and legal aspects of markets.
Examples of our diverse research include:
- Electricity markets in Sweden
- Water markets in Australia
- The market for various health services around the world
- The market for harbour towage services in Australia
- The history of cartels in Australia
- Both contemporary and historical aspects of antitrust law in Australia and China
We provide a high quality, collaborative research environment for our members who include academics from the Schools of Commerce and Law, postdoctoral research fellows and PhD candidates.
We produce high quality publications, hold events on important policy issues and host visiting international scholars. A major function is to nurture outstanding research students. We also provide advice to governments, regulatory agencies, lawyers and industry in Australia and overseas.
Opportunities for researchers
As a growing research centre, we invite dynamic researchers to join us. Recent PhD graduates in economics, law, regulation or business history are particularly encouraged, but researchers from all other relevant disciplines are also welcome.
We will consider a wide range of engagements, from international exchange, or short-term visits, to full-time appointments for a maximum period of two years. Please contact the Centre Director, Professor David Round, on firstname.lastname@example.org or on +61 8 8302 0760.