London Economics and Webloyalty reveal the top consumer trends formed during the pandemic which are here to stay and how behavioural economics can help your firm thrive post-pandemic.
Support Study Accompanying the Commission Notice on the Evaluation of the Definition of Relevant Market for the Purposes of Community Competition Law – June 2021
The purpose of this study was to assist the Commission in the evaluation of the functioning of the Market Definition Notice in order to assess whether developments since 1997 merit an update of the Notice. In order to support DG COMP’s evaluation of the effectiveness, efficiency and relevance of the Market Definition Notice, the study […]
Consumers’ Engagement in the Circular Economy: Results from a Large-scale Behavioural Experiment and Survey in the EU
This paper, by LE Europe consultants James Suter and Wouter Landzaat, written with Annette Ceruli-Harms and Sara Kettner, explores consumers’ engagement in the circular economy based on results from a large-scale behavioural experiment and survey in the EU, which LE Europe conducted for EC DG Justice and Consumers. A copy of the proceedings, and the […]
Evaluation Support Study on Applicable to Horizontal the EU Competition Rules Co-operation Agreements in the Horizontal Block Exemption Regulations and the Guidelines – May 2021
The objective of this study was to provide support to DG COMP’s evaluation of Regulations (EC) No 1217/2010 and 1218/2010 (referred to as the HBERs), and of the Commission’s Guidelines on the Applicability of Article 101 TFEU to Horizontal Cooperation Agreements, taking into account the specific objectives of the legal framework as well as new […]
LE Europe worked with WIK-Consult and BIPT, the Belgian communications sector regulator, on research into the current elasticity coefficients of postal products within the Belgian context. The BIPT communication and accompanying LE Europe and WIK-Consult reports are available here.
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