Today the CMA published its provisional findings relating to the redetermination of NATS’ price control for RP3, Economic Insight advised NATS on its redetermination.
Our opinion pieces on key economics issues
Economic Insight responded to “the future of regulation study” call for evidence published by the National Infrastructure Commission. Download: Economic Insight’s response – “The Future of Regulation”.
Sam Williams, a Director of Economic Insight, comments in The Water Report on the government’s decision to abolish PFI as a means of facilitating infrastructure delivery. Download: “PFI is dead. Long live moral hazard.”
Economic Insight and Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP provided a joint response to the European Commission’s consultation on its draft Guidelines for national courts on how to estimate the share of overcharge which was passed on to indirect purchasers and final consumers. We believe that, on the whole, the Commission’s guidelines offer a practical and…
Utility Week’s CEO Insight 2018 report was produced in association with Economic Insight Director, Sam Williams. Download What’s troubling you?
Economic Insight responded to the Civil Aviation Authority’s initial consultation on its approach to the economic regulation of Gatwick Airport Limited going forward. We believe the Q6 commitment framework, developed through engagement with key stakeholders, is – in the main – an effective way to encourage a competitive service offer for customers. Download: Economic…
INSIGHT: “It is vital the output incentives aspect of the RIIO2 framework gives rise to the ‘right’ level of financial risk.”
Ian Thompson, a Senior Consultant at Economic Insight, comments in Utility Week on risk and output delivery incentives for RIIO-2. Download “It is vital the output incentives aspect of the RIIO2 framework gives rise to the ‘right’ level of financial risk.”
Economic Insight Director, Sam Williams, comments in Utility Week on the possible introduction of floors and caps on returns at RIIO2.
Download The flaws in floors – and in caps.
James Harvey, one of our Directors, discusses the implications of the Coty judgment for online selective distribution and platform bans from an economics perspective in Wile E. Coty, published by Concurrences.
In November 2016, the Competition Appeals Tribunal (CAT) heard the first competition law litigation case to be brought under the new Fast Track Procedure (FTP), as introduced under the Consumer Rights Act 2015.