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26/02/2016 - The Contribution made by Beer to the European Economy

Europe Economics was commissioned by the Brewers of Europe to update and extend their analysis of the direct, indirect and induced economic impact of the European beer industry, both across the EU as a whole and in individual Member States.

25/01/2016 - The Cost of Non-Europe in the Sharing Economy

Europe Economics was commissioned by the European Parliament to study the potential of the Sharing Economy in the EU, the obstacles to that potential being realised and how changes to regulatory policy might address some of those obstacles. Our report has been published as part of a somewhat larger report from the European Parliamentary Research Service, with our contribution starting at page 33.

13/01/2016 - Proof of Flow under Market Coupling

Ofgem has published a report written by our Consultant Benjamin Tannenbaum on “Proof of flow under market coupling”, which includes an economic analysis of the trading arrangements and the barriers to entry in wholesale power trades in Europe. The report assesses the economic impact on power market participants of a range of different options for estimating the path of power in an interconnected system where power price and cross-border capacity allocation are determined simultaneously and anonymously.

21/12/2015 - Data Gathering and Cost Analysis on Draft Technical Standards Relating to the Market Abuse Regulation

Europe Economics’ final report on the Market Abuse Regulation (MAR) has been published. This study analyses the cost impacts expected to arise from the implementation of the European Securities and Markets Authority’s Technical Standards related to the MAR. Our work covered topics such as Market Soundings, Insider Lists and Suspicious Transaction and Order Reporting.  

07/12/2015 - Economic Needs for Improving Intelligence within the Food Authenticity Programme

Defra has published Europe Economics' report on the economic need for improving intelligence within the food authenticity programme. The report explores the scope for applying economic intelligence to the analysis and prediction of food fraud in the UK; we explore whether it is possible to predict the likelihood of fraud based on the economic variables that drive the potential profits to be made by committing such fraud.