Australian Competition Law: Expert Profiles
Associate Professor, Macquarie Law School, Macquarie University
Relevant qualifications and honours
- BEc (Macq)
- LLB (Macq)
- LLM (Monash)
- PhD (ANU)
- Graduate Certificate in Higher Education (UTS)
Competition law publications
See full list at Macquarie staff page.
Books and book chapters
- Nagarajan, Discretion and Public Benefit in a Regulatory Agency: The Australian Authorisation Process (2013, ANUepress).
- Steinwall, Duns, McMahon, Nagarajan, Smith, Walker and Hurley, Butterworths Australian Competition Law (2000)
- Nagarajan and Meltz, Trade Practices law: Questions and Answers (1990, Butterworths).
- V Nagarajan, 'The Paradox of Australian Competition Policy: Contextualizing the Coexistence of Economic Efficiency and Public Benefit' (2013) 36(1) World Competition: Law and Economics Review 133-164.
- V Nagarajan, 'Co-opting for Governance: the Use of the Conditions Power by the ACCC in Authorisations' (2011) 34(3) UNSW Law Journal 785-810.
- V Nagarajan, 'The accommodating act: reflections on competition policy and the Trade Practices Act' (2002) 20(2) Law in Context 34 - 62
- V Nagarajan, 'Designing learning strategies for competition law - finding a place for context and problem based learning' (2002) 13 (1) Legal Education Review 1 - 19
- V Nagarajan, 'A Balancing Act - an examination of competition regulation in Australia' (2000) Bank of Valetta Law Review 59 - 76
- V Nagarajan, 'The regulation of competition by section 46 of the Trade Practices Act' (1993) Competition and Consumer Law Journal
V Nagarajan, 'The regulation of predatory pricing within the Trade Practices Act' (1990) Australian Business Law Review.