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Christopher Doyle

Curriculum Vitae

Contact details

Telephone: +44 (0)24 765 23935 (Office)

Fax: +44 (0)24 765 23032 (Department)

Email: Christopher dot Doyle at warwick dot ac dot uk

Room: S2.104

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Principal Teaching Fellow

Obtained his PhD in game theory applications in Economics at Warwick in 1985 under the supervision of Kevin Roberts. Previously held research posts at Cambridge, London Business School and Warwick Business School and visiting posts at: LSE; Queen's, Canada; Charles University, Prague; and INSEAD, France. His work on access pricing with Mark Armstrong and John Vickers in the 1990s has been widely cited and his earlier work with Sweder van Wijnbergen on the taxation of multinationals was pioneering. In the late 1990s he left the LBS to take up a senior post in a leading economic consulting firm. He returned to full-time academia in 2005 at WBS before taking up his current post in the Department. He is currently writing a manuscript for publication in the field of applied game theory and strategy. He is a keen cyclist, enjoys music and travel.

Research & Consulting Interests

  • Microeconomics (Regulation, Competition Policy, Applied Game Theory)
  • Economics of radio spectrum management, including pricing, valuation and spectrum auctions

Teaching 2017/18


I supervise both MSc and PhD students on topics related to my research interests. Currently I am writing about dishonesty and cheating.

Personal Tutor

Arrangements for Personal Tutor Meetings will appear here once a term. Personal tutees who wish to meet with me also have the option to book a slot in my office hours on this page.

Development Review Meetings 2017

Third year students who have been given my name as their reviewer for the development review meeting can book a slot below to meet in my office:

External Links

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