Alex Liu is a research assistant for Canadian Spectrum Policy Research (CSPR). In 2015, he received a BA Honours in Economics from the University of Calgary, with a primary focus in the field of Industrial Organization and its application in regulatory economics and competition policy. In his final year of studies, he produced a case study on a U.S. federal court proceeding in Brantley v. NBC Universal, in which he examined whether or not TV channel bundling would increase media companies’ market power and the regulatory implications of mandating à la carte channels. Prior to joining the CSPR term, Alex has worked in the power, oil and gas industries. He has completed three Co-op work terms at Alberta Department of Energy and a summer internship at Alberta Market Surveillance Administrator.