With the passage of the Brexit bill opening the way for Prime Minister Theresa May to trigger formal negotiations for the UK’s exit from the European Union, Frontier Economics has today published a compendium of bulletins exploring the choices and challenges now facing the UK and its European neighbours.
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The Competition & Markets Authority (CMA) has today announced proposed reforms to the way it conducts market investigations.
The European Commission (EC) EC recently published a new package of legislative proposals for the electricity sector, aiming to promote competition and sustainable development.
Giving World today published a report by Frontier Economics, prepared with the help of Pro Bono Economics, evaluating Giving World’s activities.
As the bill authorising Theresa May to invoke Article 50 makes its way through the UK’s Houses of Parliament, Frontier (Europe)’s two latest bulletins in its post-referendum series consider the impact that leaving the European Union (EU) could have on access to sources of finance for investment in infrastructure and university research.
The Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM) in the Netherlands has today published its regulatory decision setting the annual revenues of Dutch gas transmission system operator Gasunie Transport Services (GTS) for the next regulatory period (2017-2021).
Julia Dietrich, Associate Director at Frontier (Europe), has been recognised amongst the “30 in their 30s – Notable Women Competition Professionals” in the economics category by W@, an international networking platform of female competition professionals.
Frontier (Europe) hosted an evening event “Alternative medicine: can demand side remedies cure ineffective competition?” on Wednesday 8th February.
The Austrian newspaper, Der Standard, today published an article in which Christoph Riechmann and Walter Boltz of Frontier (Europe) discuss the future of natural gas in Europe. The article highlights that gas may have a future also in a decarbonized world. They observe increasing resistance against the power grid expansion necessary to transport large amounts […]
HM Treasury has today announced a consultation on the transposition of the second EU Payment Services Directive (PSD2).
MasterCard has today won a High Court legal battle against a group of retailers in connection with interchange fees.
Dan Roberts of Frontier (Europe) spoke today at a seminar on European Electricity Market Integration held by the Chaire European Electricity Markets (CEEM) at Université Dauphine in Paris.
The Department for Education (DfE) today published a report commissioned from Frontier (Europe) presenting new evidence on the costs of delivering early education.
Tesco has today announced a £3.7bn merger with Booker Group, the UK’s leading food wholesaler.
The Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) has today published a Frontier report into the funding of the horseracing industry in Britain.
Ireland’s Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment (DCCAE) has today released a consultation document on design and implementation options for a Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI).
The Austrian broadsheet, Die Presse, today published an article by Christoph Riechmann and Walter Boltz of Frontier (Europe), discussing the reasons for high power prices and blackout risks in Europe.
Frontier (Europe) today published a report examining the impact of the UK’s exit from the European Union on the ‘digital sector’ – groups of industries that produce or intensively use digital goods and services.
The Ministry of Economic Affairs of the Netherlands has published two Frontier (Europe) reports (report, appendum) on scenarios for coal-fired power plants.