Tag Archives: LE publication (working papers and economic briefs)

Regional Disparities in GDP Per Capita in the EU After the Financial Crisis

Sector:Public Policy
Client:N/A
Published: May, 2013
Document type:LE publication (working papers and economic briefs)

This LE Europe’ Noteworthy Statistics Briefing investigates the level of regional disparities in per-capita income across the EU27 in 2011 and changes in such disparities following the financial crisis, using the latest data made available by Eurostat.

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Living Standards in the EU After the Financial Crisis – UK Records Among the Largest Declines

Sector:Public Policy
Client:N/A
Published: April, 2013
Document type:LE publication (working papers and economic briefs)

This LE Europe’ Noteworthy Statistics Briefing investigates the change in living standards across the EU27 following the financial crisis, using the latest data made available by Eurostat. The analysis focuses on two measures of standards of living: the median equivalised disposable income and the severe material deprivation rate.

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Estimating the Impact of Price Regulation on Quality of Service in Post

Sector:Competition, Regulation and Business
Client:LE Presentation
Published: May, 2008
Document type:LE publication (working papers and economic briefs)

16th CPDE, Portugal, May 2008.

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Modelling EU Electricity Market Competition Using the Residual Supply Index

Sector:Competition, Regulation and Business
Client:LE Working Paper
Published: May, 2008
Document type:LE publication (working papers and economic briefs)

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

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Estimation of the Net Cost of Fulfilling Universal Service Obligations in the Telecoms Sector

Sector:Competition, Regulation and Business
Client:LE Economic Brief
Published: May, 2008
Document type:LE publication (working papers and economic briefs)

This LE Economic Brief describes LE Europe’ estimation of the net cost of the Universal Service Obligation in Ireland.

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E-communications Investment in the EU

Sector:Competition, Regulation and Business
Client:LE Economic Brief
Published: July, 2006
Document type:LE publication (working papers and economic briefs)

This Brief summarises research undertaken by LE Europe for the European Commission. The research provides first data on investments in the electronic communications markets in the EU Member States and analyses sources of differences across Member States, sectors and competitors (incumbent versus new entrants). It also provides a comparative analysis of growth of the electronic […]

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The EU Car Market Under the New BER

Sector:Competition, Regulation and Business
Client:LE Economic Brief
Published: July, 2006
Document type:LE publication (working papers and economic briefs)

This Brief summarises our report for DG Competition and reviews market developments in automotive retailing and after-sales sectors following the entry into force of the Regulation No. 1400/2002 (the Block Exemption Regulation or, simply BER), the new EC regulation covering distribution and after sales services of new motor vehicles in the EU.

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Rescue and Restructuring State Aid

Sector:Competition, Regulation and Business
Client:LE Working Paper
Published: August, 2005
Document type:LE publication (working papers and economic briefs)

This Workign Paper examines the survival of companies having received rescue or restructuring State aid in the EU. The analysis is based on a newly constructed dataset on the awards of State aid that were approved individually by the Commission between 1995 and 2003.

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European Integration and Productivity: Exploring the Gains of the Single Market

Sector:Competition, Regulation and Business
Client:LE Working Paper
Published: May, 2002
Document type:LE publication (working papers and economic briefs)

This paper uses a variety of panel data techniques to argue that the European Single Market Programme significantly increased productivity in a number of European countries. In particular, as a result of the Programme, industry productivity increased considerably in 1992 and 1993 in France, Italy, Germany, the Netherlands and in the UK.

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