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Our work sometimes makes the news

We are involved in some of the most interesting, topical and high profile issues in the world of business and economics.  Most of our work is confidential for clients, but sometimes we can share it.

We also welcome opportunities to speak with and assist the media – both in connection with our work and on the wide range of topics that our expertise covers.

Should you wish to speak to Frontier about any media related matter or to seek our input into a particular news story, please contact Goran Serdarevic at g.serdarevic@frontier-economics.com or call +44 (0) 20 7031 7000.

  1. Frontier Chairman speaks at Launch of British Academy Report on Data Skills

    Lord Gus O’Donnell, Chairman of Frontier (Europe), today spoke at the launch of a new British Academy report titled ‘Count Us In: Quantitative Skills for a New Generation’.

  2. BMWi study on security of supply in the gas sector supports model developed by Frontier and OGE

    The German Ministry of Economics and Energy (BMWi) has today published a study on security of supply in the natural gas sector.

  3. Frontier Chairman speaks at launch of Reform’s report on fiscal sustainability, public service productivity and wellbeing

    Lord Gus O’Donnell, Chairman of Frontier (Europe), joined members of the policy community at the launch of Reform’s first paper on the Spending Review which provides policy recommendations on each of the major spending areas of government. Lord O’Donnell provided his thoughts on combining sustainable public finances and greater opportunity, referred to as the “one nation” approach by the new Government.

  4. Frontier’s pro-bono work helps Whizz Kidz charity implement government’s SEND reforms

    Frontier (Europe) carried out pro-bono research for Whizz Kidz to evaluate a parental support pilot project, introduced by the charity to implement the special education needs and disability (SEND) reforms introduced by the UK government as part of the Children and Families Act (2014).

  5. Making big data funny

    A recent Harvard Business Review article on the importance of transparency and trust in big data strategies has praised Channel 4’s innovative approach to educating its viewers about data privacy.

  6. Frontier participates in NHS Confederation Annual Conference 2015

    Frontier (Europe) last week joined Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust (PCFT) to host a stand at the NHS Confederation annual conference and exhibition 2015.

  7. European agreement on security of electricity supply signed

    An agreement between Germany and 11 neighbouring countries to strengthen regional cooperation towards increasing security of electricity supply was signed today. The agreement is the result of an intensive exchange, initiated by BMWi (Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology) in July 2014.

  8. Frontier presents at the 23rd Conference on Postal and Delivery Economics in Athens

    José María Rodríguez of Frontier (Europe) today presented a paper at the 23rd Conference on Postal and Delivery Economics in Athens, organised by the Center For Research In Regulated Industries of the Rutgers Business School.

  9. Frontier study reveals high costs of German government’s plan for a carbon levy on coal-fired power stations

    The Association of German Industry (BDI) and the Trade Union of the Chemical and Mining Industry (IG BCE) have today published a study by Frontier (Europe) on climate policy in Germany.

  10. Frontier Chairman joins Global Apollo Programme to combat climate change

    Lord Gus O’Donnell, Chairman of Frontier (Europe), has today joined other leading scientists and economists to launch a global research initiative aimed at helping to avoid dangerous climate change.