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31/05/2016 - Europe Economics May Newsletter Issued

Our May newsletter has been issued. If you would like to be added to our mailing list please sign up on the newsletter page of our website.

31/05/2016 - Briefing Note: Competition Considerations Inspired by the Unsuccessful O2/Three Merger

This month the European Commission has decided to block the proposed merger of two UK’s mobile operators – CK Hutchison’s Three and Telefónica’s O2. One of our Analysts, Ada Kinczyk, took this opportunity to write a briefing note on the role of competition and the complexity of competition regulation, with a particular focus on the mobile telecommunication market in the UK.

26/05/2016 - Research Paper: A scenario-based analysis of the impacts of Brexit for IP issues in the UK and EU

This research paper, the latest in our Intellectual Property Rights series, considers the potential implications of Brexit for IP issues in the UK and EU. It addresses all key forms of IPR, including patents, trademarks, designs and copyrights, as well as the controversial issue of IP exhaustion and parallel trade, and analyses the expected outcomes for each of these under four potential Brexit scenarios. If you would like to purchase this Research Paper please contact us at enquiries@europe-economics.com.

09/05/2016 - Inflation rate three times higher for millennials than for pensioners

Europe Economics has worked with Fidelity International, a globally-leading investment business, to develop an inflation measure for different generations within the UK. The first release shows Millennials suffering higher inflation than all other generational groups. This research has been covered by the national press, such as the Guardian.

29/04/2016 - Europe Economics April Newsletter Issued

Our April newsletter has been issued. If you would like to be added to our mailing list please sign up on the newsletter page of our website.