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Oxera No.1 in government investigations and no.2 in antitrust litigation in the Global Competition Review (GCR) Economics 21 ratings.

Of the 21 economics consultancies featured in the annual GCR guide to the world's leading competition law and economics practices, Oxera is no 1 and no 2 in government investigations and antitrust litigations respectively. In 2014 we advised on 45 government investigations; our closest competitor in this area advised on only 17 such cases. Similarly, in antitrust litigations Oxera worked on 45 cases, double the average number of cases for other consultancies.  

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Could trains overtake planes? Exploring the future of the passenger aviation industry

PA Consulting and Oxera have undertaken research to examine how passenger aviation might look in the future. Four possible scenarios have been developed which could change the face of the sector: Destination Anywhere World, Nouveau Jet-Set World, Sky-Party World, and Hop-On Hop-Off World. Each one explores how the industry might look in 2034.

Find out more on the PA Consulting website or download the full report .

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Oxera contributes to state aid clearance of Ryanair’s arrangements at Charleroi, Hahn, Alghero and Västerås airports

The European Commission yesterday cleared Ryanair's arrangements at Charleroi Airport (Belgium), Hahn Airport (Germany), Alghero Airport (Italy) and Västerås Airport (Sweden) of any state aid. The European Commission's investigations covered the deals between Ryanair and these airports as far back as the late 1990s, with the investigation into Ryanair's arrangements at Charleroi Airport representing the first state aid investigation of any low-cost airline's operations. In the course of these investigations, Oxera has prepared several reports that have been submitted to the European Commission, which demonstrate that, based on sound economic and financial analysis, Ryanair's arrangements at these airports are in line with state aid rules.

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Oxera welcomes Amelia Fletcher and Volker Nocke to the Oxera Economics Council

The Oxera Economics Council, a group dedicated to stretching the boundaries of economic thinking, has today announced the appointment of two new members. Amelia Fletcher is Professor of Competition Policy at the ESRC Centre for Competition Policy and is a Non-Executive Director at the Financial Conduct Authority. Volker Nocke is Professor of Economics at the University of Mannheim, holding the Chair in Microeconomics since September 2009. 

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