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Oxera to open Italian office, and appoints Professor Alfredo Macchiati as Senior Adviser in Italy

May 04 2017 in News

Oxera to open Italian office, and appoints Professor Alfredo Macchiati as Senior Adviser in Italy


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Brexit: Oxera's work

April 27 2017 in Reports

A publication covering Oxera's work on Brexit to date. 


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The policy of truth? Deception in markets and in public policy

April 26 2017 in Agenda

Political manipulation of voters is nothing new. However, ‘post-truth’ politics arguably takes matters to a new level. Behavioural economics has developed a framework for examining how people can be deceived in markets and whether t...



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Shrinkflation! A bite missing?

April 26 2017 in Agenda

While the price of a Toblerone bar has not changed in recent years, its size has—between 2009 and 2010, a standard bar became 30g lighter (from 200g to 170g), and by 2016 it had shrunk to 150g. What factors lead a firm to pass on a cost s...


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The Brexit Lectures: What next for UK competition policy?

April 21 2017 in News

Competition policy has traditionally been one of the strongest aspects of European Union competency: what will change now in the UK?


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The Brexit Lectures: A global trade policy for the UK post-Brexit

April 21 2017 in News

Following the vote to leave the European Union, the UK must now conceive and execute a trade policy fit for a service-dominated economy in the 21st century.


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The Brexit Lectures: the future of UK-EU aviation

April 21 2017 in News

Few industries are as reliant on cross-border regulation as aviation, and post-Brexit, there are important questions facing the industry. 


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The Brexit Lectures: Passporting: what access will UK financial institutions retain to EU markets?

April 21 2017 in News

The vote to leave throws up a host of different scenarios for UK-based financial services.


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