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 the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) to conduct an evaluation of five recent CA98 decisions taken by the CMA (or the Office of Fair Trading – OFT – the CMA’s predecessor) with regard to both direct … Continue reading
In a report commissioned by BT, DotEcon has estimated the benefits of a proposed £150m investment in extending ultrafast fibre broadband to rural areas of Northern Ireland at around £1.2bn, a return of £8 for every £1 invested. Increased employment would … Continue reading
DotEcon Ltd and Axon Partners Group were commissioned by the Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC) to prepare a study on ‘Implications of 5G Deployment on Future Business Models’. The study aims to improve BEREC’s understanding of 5G … Continue reading
DotEcon was commissioned by the BBC Research and Development department (R&D) to prepare an independent evaluation of the costs and benefits of R&D’s work over the previous Charter Period (1 Jan 2007 – 31 Dec 2016). This evaluation forms a … Continue reading
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 our analysis of the current … Continue reading