Martin Cave OBE (Dr)
Visiting Professor, London School of Economics
Martin Cave is a regulatory economist specialising in the regulation of network industries, especially the communications sector. He is currently an inquiry chair at the UK Competition and Markets Authority and a visiting professor at Imperial College Business School. He has formerly held chairs at Brunel University (in the Department of Economics), at Warwick University (in the Business School), and at LSE (in the Law Department). He has written a number of books and papers on communications regulation, broadband investment, separation, mobile markets and spectrum pricing, including - most recently - Spectrum Management- how to get the best out of the airwaves for society and the economy (Cambridge University Press, 2015).