Portrait of Dan Marlow

Dan Marlow : Consultant

Dan is a Consultant in Oxera’s Regulation and TMT teams. Working across the telecoms, media and digital sectors, he has experience of regulatory policy, competition investigations, and market reviews.

Before joining Oxera in 2019, Dan worked as an Economic Adviser in Ofcom’s Competition Group. In this role, he secured comprehensive experience in regulatory and competition economics and worked on several fixed telecoms market reviews.

Dan speaks English.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7776 6662

Dan's specialisms include:

professional experience

  • Advising a European telecoms operator in relation to a margin squeeze complaint (2020–)

  • Advising a mobile network provider during the European Commission’s antitrust investigation into mobile network sharing in the Czech Republic (2019–)

  • Assessed the impact of the Digital Services Act on business users for Allied for Startups (2020)

  • Assessed the impact of extending cross-border access to audio-visual services in the EU for a group of European AV businesses (2019–20)

  • Analysed financial penalty regimes in Europe to support a review by ComReg, the Irish telecoms regulator, of its financial penalties methodology for wholesale regulatory breaches (2019–20)

  • Developed analysis to quantify the level of consumer harm as part of advice to a telecoms regulator on a consumer protection investigation (2019–20)


  • MSc Experimental Economics, University of East Anglia, UK

  • BSc Economics, University of East Anglia, UK

Latest Insights:  Dan Marlow

Mobile network-sharing agreements (NSAs) can support investment by relieving capital constraints, lowering the unit costs of expanding networks, and generating network cost savings that reduce both the scale of the…
On 15 December, the European Commission published its long-awaited proposals for a new Digital Services Act (‘DSA’) and Digital Markets Act (‘DMA’).1,2 These landmark pieces of legislation will have wide-reaching…

The Economics of Climate Change at COP26

Oxera will be presenting on The Economics of Climate Change at COP26—the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference—in Glasgow, on one of the world leaders’ days on 2 November 2021. The aim of COP26 is to increase global alignment on climate action. We will be demonstrating to the world’s governments,… Read More

Image depicting The Economics of Climate Change at COP26