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.
DotEcon was commissioned by MasterCard Europe to review a recent ECB study on “Social and Private Costs of Retail Payment Instruments”. The ECB study provides a valuable attempt at collecting data on the usage and costs of different payment systems … Continue reading
This paper looks at raising revenues as an objective of awarding spectrum through auctions. The potential for raising revenue through spectrum auctions was highlighted by the Indian government setting revenue-raising as an explicit objective for the award of 3G and … Continue reading
Commissioned by MasterCard Europe, DotEcon reviewed a number of studies into the cost of payment systems, particularly the cost of using cash. This meta-study draws on research undertaken by central banks, academics and other stakeholders over the last decade. The … Continue reading
Ofcom has published a report by DotEcon on the economics of potential consumer benefits arising from local media mergers. Local media consolidation, particularly in the declining local newspaper sector, was the topic of a 2009 review by the OFT alongside … Continue reading
DotEcon assisted Openreach in responding to Ofcom’s “Review of retail and wholesale ISDN30 markets”. DotEcon advised on the proportionality and potential adverse effects of the proposed remedies in light of ISDN30 being at the end of its lifecycle. DotEcon’s report … Continue reading