The dispute between Phil Anslow coaches and Stagecoach (Red and White) has been resolved, it was announced earlier this month. The settlement includes the construction of two new bus bays at Cwbran bus station, from which Phil Anslow will be able to provide additional services. Economic Insight were the economics advisors to Phil Anslow with respect to the competition law element of the dispute.
Ian Thompson, a Senior Consultant at Economic Insight, comments in Utility Week on risk and output delivery incentives for RIIO-2. The article can be downloaded from the publications section of this website.
12.07.2018 – Economic Insight speaks at the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority’s 2018 stakeholder summit
At the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority’s 2018 stakeholder summit, Ian Thompson, a Senior Consultant at Economic Insight, presented the findings of our work on the economic impact of Magnox sites. Our work, which has also been published recently, quantifies the impact that the Magnox sites currently have on their local economies and explores what their potential future impact may be.
Economic Insight Director, Sam Williams, comments in Utility Week on the possible introduction of floors and caps on returns at RIIO2. The article can be downloaded from the publications section of this website.
Economic Insight is delighted to announce the appointment of Aastha Mantri as a Senior Consultant. Aastha joins us from another economics consultancy firm, where she had extensive experience in relation to competition policy.
Louisa Grieve has joined Economic Insight as our Team Admin Manager. Louisa will be responsible for the day-to-day operational side of our business, including recruitment and office administration. We are delighted to welcome her to the team.
The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) and the Legal Ombudsman published Economic Insight’s report Better information in the legal services market. Our research involved over 4,200 participants and sought to test how consumers’ decisions are affected by the way different regulatory protections – such as SRA regulation, access to the Legal Ombudsman, access to a Compensation Fund,…
Earlier this month, the University of Loughborough hosted a conference on water industry performance. The event explored the themes of sectoral productivity and profitability – and approaches to cost assessment. Economic Insight Director, Sam Williams, co-presented our work in relation to retail cost benchmarking, alongside Loughborough‘s Dr Anthony Glass (an Associate at EI). Economic Insight…
Concurrences has published a collection of articles discussing the implications of the Coty judgment for online selective distribution and platform bans, including an article by James Harvey, one of our Directors. The article can be downloaded from the publications section of this website.
James Harvey, one of our Directors, has been selected by the Global Competition Review’s (GCR) independent research with clients and peers for recognition in Who’s Who Legal: Competition 2018 – the guide to the world’s leading Competition experts. Economic Insight advises clients on all matters of competition policy and is involved in various commercial litigation…