Simon  Wilkie

Dean Faculty of Business and Economics
Head of Monash Business School

Monash University

Wellington Rd
Clayton VIC 3800

+61 3 9902 6011

Website: Monash faculty page

Issues: Broadband, Competition Policy and Antitrust, Innovation and Economic Growth, Networks and Infrastructure and Networks, the Internet, and Cloud Computing

About Simon Wilkie

Simon Wilkie is Professor, Dean Faculty of Business and Economics, and Head of the Monash Business School at Monash University. His research focuses on game theory, its application to business strategy, economic and regulatory policy design, and the economics of the communications industries. His research has also covered wholesale telecommunications market and the concept diversity in media markets.


Professor Wilkie’s work has been widely published on subjects of spectrum auctions, game theory, and telecommunications regulations in leading scholarly journals, which include Economic Theory, The Journal of Economic Theory, Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, Games and Economic Behavior, Journal of Regulatory Economics, The Review of Economic Studies and Social Choice and Welfare.

From July 2002 to December 2003, Professor Wilkie served as Chief Economist at the Federal Communications Commission reporting to Chairman Michael Powell. The major proceedings during his tenure included the regulatory framework for broadband, the creation of secondary markets for spectrum licenses, and the ATT Broadband/Comcast merger.

Ph.D., University of Rochester, 1990
M.A., University of Rochester, 1988
B.Comm., University of New South Wales, 1984