News Archive for January 2012
Andrew Lilico discusses Vince Cable’s proposals for the regulation of Executive pay, on Radio 4's PM programme. The section starts at 8 min 45 sec.
Europe Economics is working with marketforce to produce a two-day training course on utility regulation scheduled for 2nd and 3rd May. For further details on what the course will cover and how to apply, please click here.
Europe Economics has recently prepared a report for Knauf Insulation on the immediate impact that the introduction of the Green Deal could have on the take-up of loft and cavity wall insulation and the effect on installers of insulation. This is cited in a BBC News report.
Europe Economics is currently seeking to recruit as an Analyst, a highly motivated economic theorist with an interest in applying microeconomics to real-world issues. The successful candidate should either hold a PhD or have submitted their thesis and expect to receive their PhD soon. Additionally, the successful candidate would need to have a strong mathematical background and a clear interest in Microeconomics Modelling and the Economics of Corporate Finance. Applicants would also need to have good communication and team-working skills and be able to work under their own initiative.
Europe Economics is advising the European Commission on policies for public procurement of ICT. As part of this, a public consultation was launched, shortly before Christmas.