Tag Archives: competition

Study on the Economic Impact of a Legislative Requirement for the Right to Data Portability in Singapore

Sector:Public Policy.
Client:Singapore Personal Data Protection Commission (PDPC)
Published:25 February, 2019
Document type:Report

Singapore’s Personal Data Protection Commission (PDPC) commissioned London Economics to conduct a study of the issues surrounding a potential data portability requirement in Singapore, including the impact on consumers, businesses and competition. LE provided a theoretical framework for understanding the economic effects of data portability and carried out a review of data portability rules in […]

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Study on the Functioning of the Retail Electricity Markets for Consumers in the EU – February 2017

Sector:Competition, Regulation and Business.
Client:EC DG Justice and Consumers
Published:06 February, 2017
Document type:Report

The 2nd Electricity Market Study investigated electricity market functioning for consumers in the EU, Iceland and Norway. It assessed how market performance has developed since the 1st electricity market study conducted in 2010, and the extent to which consumers have the necessary tools to make rational and empowered choices. Its findings offer a clear insight […]

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FCA Symposium: Competition Analysis with Realistic Behaviour – December 2015

Sector:Finance.
Client:Financial Conduct Authority
Published: December, 2015
Document type:

LE’s Charlotte Duke participated in the FCA symposium: competition analysis with realistic behaviour. This forum brought together senior thinkers, researchers and policy makers to discuss the promotion of competition in financial services. During the day, delegates focussed on the research being done on Behavioural Industrial Organisation (BIO).

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High-Cost Short-Term Credit Price Comparison Websites – November 2015

Sector:Behavioural Economics.
Client:Financial Conduct Authority
Published:30 November, 2015
Document type:Report

This behavioural economics study for the FCA, tested additional standards for price comparison websites that compare HCSTC products. It forms part of the evidence base used by the FCA in its recommendations for additional standards in response to the CMA’s final report on payday lending.

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