Anush is a PhD Candidate in Law at the University of East Anglia. His area of research is competition law and policy in digital markets with a focus on pricing practices of digital platform firms. He has been granted the prestigious School of Law Studentship for his PhD studies. With respect to his teaching experience at UEA, Anush has taught on Undergraduate modules titled, 'European Union law' and 'Legal Methods, Skills and Reasoning' and has been part of the PGT LLM Dissertation workshop teaching team.
Previously, Anush achieved a Masters degree from UEA where his masters thesis was on 'predatory pricing by non-dominant firms'. He achieved his Bacehlors in law (BA.LLB) from Jindal Global Law School (JGLS) in Sonepat, India. He was a Teaching Assistant on the undergraduate module titled, 'Jurisprudence' in his final year. He was also conferred the prestigious University Citizenship Award for his services to the University along with a special mention for overall excellence during his time at JGLS.
Research Group or Lab Membership
Centre for Competition Policy (CCP)
European Union Law
Legal Methods, Skills and Reasoning
Key Research Interests
Anush's main research interest is in Competition Law. His work has so far covered critical analysis of comeptition policy in digital markets with perspectives from the US, UK, EU, Australia and India which has formed the base of his research. He has also covered pricing practices by platform firms in digital markets. His study aims to cover broader areas related to dominance abuse in digital markets which need to be relooked at (For example, killer acquisitions, price discirimination and abuse of consumer data) as a result of the changing nature of markets due to digitisation.