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Europe Economics's advice to Ofgem on the cost of capital for transmission and gas distribution (Phase I Report).
Our report on the role of the US Small Business Administration in public procurement has been published by the Enterprise Trust today.
Dr Andrew Lilico has written a letter to provide an update to previous reports on the economic analysis of restrictions on the display of tobacco products in light of relevant additional data recently published in Canada for JTI.
A Report by Europe Economics on Future Price Limits – Risk and Incentives: Options Appraisal has been published by Ofwat and is now available.
The report reviews principles and practice in setting incentives and managing risk and looks at how regulation might develop in the water sector as this market is opened to competition.
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Europe Economics recently completed a study for The Office of Fair Trading into ways in which low income households might be disadvantaged in particular markets. This work, carried out in collaboration with the New Policy Institute, focused on food, energy, financial services, transport and the internet. We identified demand and supply side factors which had a differential effect on people in the lowest income group. Access to certain products, such as the internet and bank accounts, had an important ‘enabling’ effect by improving access to products in other markets.