In this Working Paper, London Economics uses data on the speed of delivery for international letter post to estimate the impact of access conditions on quality in the postal sector.
As part of the independent Cave Review of competition and innovation in water markets, London Economics undertook a benchmarking exercise of innovation across all water and sewerage companies in England and Wales. The work also provides international comparisons of innovation,, and assesses the barriers to innovation and how these may be addressed.
This London Economics Working Paper reviews the theory and practice of setting the X-factor in postal price regulation.
London Economics recently completed an analysis of the regulatory environment facing the owners of London Heathrow on behalf of London First. The report was launched by the Secretary of State for Transport – Ruth Kelly – on the 25th June 2008.
16th CPDE, Portugal, May 2008.
This LE Economic Brief describes London Economics’ estimation of the net cost of the Universal Service Obligation in Ireland.
This LE Working Paper reports on research undertaken by LE and others for the European Commission inquiry into the state of competition in the EU’s electricity markets. It also presents new analysis on the economic foundations of the Residual Supply Index as a market structure variable. From 2005 to 2007
London Economics was commissioned by a group of European communications sector companies to carry out an independent review of the available evidence examining the costs and benefits of greater flexibility in the use of radio spectrum. This report sets out the findings of that review and is based on existing studies that examine the actual […]
An update in Die Effektivität der Telekommunikations-regulierung in Europa – Befunde und Perspektiven, ed. Arnold Picot, Springer Münchner Kreis. Jones, S.
European Global Energy Symposium, Lisbon, October 9, 2007.