Most of our work is commercially sensitive and confidential. However, some of our public domain reports that have been prepared for or submitted to public bodies and regulators are listed below.
The Irish telecommunications regulator ComReg commissioned DotEcon to conduct a review on Non-Geographic Numbers in Ireland, following concerns about transparency and user understanding of prices and the usage of these numbers. This report presents our findings based on our analysis … Continue reading
This report, commissioned by the Competition Directorate of the European Commission looks at the extent and nature of zero-rating practices across Europe and develops an initial framework for the competition assessment of zero-rating (distinct from net neutrality considerations). The report can … Continue reading
This report was commissioned by the Internet Economy Foundation. It looks into the role played by pro-competitive access regulation in providing the right incentives for investment in next generation access networks without losing the benefits form competition supported by access to … Continue reading
This report was published by Ireland’s SEM Committee alongside its consultation on 22 December 2015. The report proposes a detailed auction design for system services (such as reserve), based on the high-level framework previously set out by the SEM Committee. The … Continue reading
This report presents the findings of our research into the impact of e-commerce on competition policy and law in Singapore. The report was commissioned by the Competition Commission of Singapore. The report follows an extensive literature review, desk research and interviews with … Continue reading