Ashish Lall teaches at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore. His research interests include productivity and efficiency measurement and the interaction of competition policy and intellectual property rights. Ashish also has a keen interest in the impact of ICT and innovation on national productivity. He has published extensively on productivity and efficiency measurement at the level of the firm, the industry and the country. He was the co-author of the first Singapore competitiveness report published in 2009 and edited a volume on the competitiveness of ASEAN countries in 2011. More recently he has written about faster payments infrastructure in the United States and cross border payments.
Previous affiliations include Nanyang Business School, Singapore; the Canadian Royal Commission on National Passenger Transportation; Abt Associates of Canada and Canada Post Corporation. Ashish served on the Singapore Competition Appeals Board from 2005 to 2013.
Selected Competition Policy related publications:
Lall, Ashish and R. Ian McEwin (2013) “Competition and Intellectual Property Laws in The ASEAN Single Market”, Chapter 5, 207-278, in Basu, S.D., et. al., eds., The ASEAN Economic Community: A Work in Progress, Institute of South-East Asian Studies, Singapore.
Lall, Ashish and Daryl Lim (2011) “Country Chapter on Singapore”, Chapter 10 in McEwin, R. Ian, ed., Intellectual Property, Competition Law and Economics in Asia, Hart Publishing, Oxford
Lall Ashish (2005) “Predatory Pricing: Still a rare occurrence?” Chapter 2, 37-56 in Peter Forsyth, David Gillen, Otto G. Mayer and Hans-Martin Niemeier eds., Competition versus Predation in Aviation Markets: A Survey of Experience in North-America, Europe and Australia, Ashgate Publishing.
Gillen, David and Ashish Lall (2005) “Predation in Aviation: The North-American Divide” Chapter 6, 105-128 in Peter Forsyth, David Gillen, Otto G. Mayer and Hans-Martin Niemeier eds., Competition versus Predation in Aviation Markets, A Survey of Experience in North-America, Europe and Australia, Ashgate Publishing.