Ketan Ahuja is a DPhil student in law at the University of Oxford. His research focuses on how to regulate market competition in ways that reduce inequality, share power, and support innovation and economic growth. He is currently investigating how to apply complexity economics and other heterodox schools of economic thought to antitrust and competition policy. His work has been published by the Roosevelt Institute, Cambridge University Press, Harvard Kennedy School's Center for Business and Government, and ProMarket.
Ketan also consults regularly on competitive strategy, industrial policy (with a focus on the clean energy sector), and competition policy issues. He is currently leading an initiative on Green Growth with The Growth Lab at Harvard University, which addresses how countries and regions can leverage industrial decarbonization to generate economic growth. His experience has spanned industrial policy and economic development initiatives with the US Department of Energy, commercial management in the private sector, and legal advisory work in antitrust and competition policy.