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News Archive for February 2017

28/02/2017 - EconomistJobs blog: Self-employment disentangled

In our latest blog for EconomistJobs our Consultant Ada Kinvzyk explores self-employment.

28/02/2017 - Europe Economics February newsletter issued

Our February newsletter has been issued. If you would like to be added to our mailing list please sign up on the newsletter page of our website.

27/02/2017 - Iona McCall speaks at 11th Annual SMi Parallel Trade Conference for Pharmaceuticals

Iona McCall, Managing Consultant at Europe Economics, spoke about the case against parallel trade at the 11th Annual SMi Parallel Trade Conference for Pharmaceuticals, which took place in London on 6-7 February 2017. 

21/02/2017 - Why Britain shouldn’t fear foreign investment

Dr Andrew Lilico has written an article for CapX on why Britain should welcome foreign takeovers.

20/02/2017 - Iona McCall wins place as most notable women competition professional

Europe Economics are delighted to announce that Iona McCall, one of our Managing Consultants, has been awarded a place as one of the "30 in their 30s" most notable women in competition economics. Iona is a specialist competition economist and has worked on a wide range of competition issues, including abuse of dominance and assessment of damages.

02/02/2017 - An Economic Outlook for 2017

Dr Andrew Lilico spoke at the Heart of London's event 'An Economic Outlook for 2017: Global, UK and London Insights'. During the event Andrew advised that firms need to to adjust to higher growth, inflation and financing costs: “Global growth has become stronger in recent months – perhaps the strongest in around five years – and 2017 may be stronger still. But this stronger growth will go together with rising inflation and rising interest rates internationally, led by the Fed. Firms need to begin to adjust from the world of recent years of low growth, low inflation and low financing costs to one of higher growth, higher inflation and higher financing costs. Not every firm will make the cut.”