Senior Consulatant, Brattle
Dr. Paroma Sanyal is a Senior Consulatant at Brattle. She is an expert on competition, regulation, consumer protection, spectrum policy, and broadband data issues in the telecom industry. Prior to joining Brattle, she was the Chief Economist of the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC’s) Wireless Telecommunications Bureau. While at the FCC, Dr. Sanyal led the wireless agenda on economic analysis and policy, and widely consulted with the industry and other international regulators on various telecom issues. She worked extensively on the Wireless Competition Report; several high-profile telecom mergers such as AT&T/T Mobile, AT&T/Leap, and AT&T/DirecTV; USF-related issues, such as the Mobility Fund; and on the Fixed and Mobile Measuring Broadband America agenda. She had significant involvement in designing the FCC’s fixed and wireless speed measurement projects, broadband data collections, and data analysis. Dr. Sanyal recieved her Master’s in Economics from Delhi School of Economics, India and Master’s in Applied Mathematics and Ph.D. in Economics from University of California, Irvine.