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06/04/2015 - Money Market Funds - A research paper for the European Parliament

Europe Economics have written a research paper for the European Parliament's Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs on the impact of proposed EU regulations on Money Market Funds. You can read our full report by clicking on the link below and read an executive summary written by the European Parliament by clicking here.

26/03/2015 - Measuring the Benefits to UK Consumers from the Creation of the European Single Market: Feasibility Study and Test Case - A report for BIS

Europe Economics have written a report for the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills considering the impact of the single market on prices, quality and the range of goods available. It develops an international benchmarking approach to measure the effect of the single market and then tests this method on the car and home insurance sectors.

23/03/2015 - Economic Study on Publications on all Physical Means of Support and Electronic Publications in the context of VAT - A report for DG Taxud

Europe Economics, with our partners Ramboll and the Evaluation Partnership, have conducted a study for DG Taxud to assess the substitutability between physical and electronically-supported publications; evaluate the impact of current VAT reduced rates; and evaluate the impact of extending either the reduced rate or the standard rate regime to all kinds of publications.  

10/03/2015 - The Economic Benefit of Woodlands - A report for the Woodland Trust

Europe Economics has written a report for the Woodland Trust to review and synthesise the available evidence for the economic benefits created by woodlands.

03/02/2015 - Baseline report on solutions for the posting of non-cash collateral to central counterparties by pension scheme arrangements - A report for DG Market

Europe Economics developed a study (executive summary only) for DG MARKT (now DG FISMA) on the potential impact of pension funds having to post cash collateral in clearing their OTC derivatives. This work models the effect of ending the current temporary exemption to the application of some of EMIR’s requirements. We worked with Bourse Consult on this project, which also considered the feasibility of various alternative solutions to posting cash, and the ability of the market to deliver these. Our work was an input into the European Commission's own report recommending a two year extension of the exemption. EU Commissioner for Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union, Jonathan Hill said: “Today's report sets out a number of potential ways to facilitate central clearing for pension funds. But none of them is straightforward and it is sensible to take more time to develop a solution which is proportionate.”