Chris Pike is responsible for the proceedings of the Working Party No. 2 of the OECD Competition Committee which focuses on Competition and Regulation. He has authored numerous Background Papers for OECD Roundtables on a variety of competition enforcement and policy topics. Most recently he has lead the OECD’s work on rethinking the use of traditional antitrust enforcement tools in multi-sided markets. Prior to joining the OECD, Mr Pike was Director of Competition Economics at the UK’s Economic Regulator for the Healthcare sector, and a senior economic advisor on Choice and Competition to the Department of Health’s Cooperation and Competition Panel. He also spent three years working on merger control and market studies for the UK’s Competition Commission. Mr Pike has authored several working papers and reports for government on the benefits of competition, either in healthcare or the wider economy. Mr. Pike has a PhD in Economics from the University of East Anglia.