The UK’s screen sector (film, TV, video games, animation and post-production) is underpinned by a set of regulations, legislation and policies, many of which are linked with the UK’s membership of the EU. This report, commissioned by the British Film Institute, and published today, explains and quantifies the impact of this relationship, and brings some clarity to the debate on the implications of different exit scenarios.
Liberty Global commissioned Oxera to investigate the benefits of their investment in Europe. Oxera's report discusses the social benefits identified.
The energy and utilities sector – touches the lives of over 65 million customers and citizens in the UK each and every day, providing the essential services that enable nations, regions and communities to go about their business.
Oxera is delighted to provide its thoughts on the application of competition law to the water sector in England and Wales, in response to Ofwat’s consultation document on its draft guidance (as published in November 2016).
In this response to the comprehensive issues paper published by the Brexit Competition Law Working Group, Oxera provides an economic perspective on three major issues surrounding the impact of Brexit.
First Gas, a gas distribution network in New Zealand, asked Oxera to give evidence on regulatory finance issues to the New Zealand Commerce Commission (NZCC). In particular, First Gas asked Oxera to provide expert evidence in relation to the NZCC’s assessment of systematic risk for gas pipeline businesses in New Zealand, relative to electricity networks.
Following the vote on 23 June in favour of the UK leaving the EU, this note presents initial thoughts on some key areas where the outcome of the referendum vote may affect the water sector in England and Wales.