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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. Bloomberg report draws on Frontier’s work on counterfeiting in the luxury goods sector

    Bloomberg has today published an article about the effects of increased counterfeiting via the internet on the luxury goods sector. The article refers to a report that Frontier (Europe) prepared last year for the European Cultural and Creative Industries Association (ECCIA) on the economic contribution of 12 luxury goods sectors to the European economy.

  2. Frontier contributes to the ‘market for ideas’ on the future of the water sector

    Frontier (Europe) has produced two reports contributing to Ofwat’s ‘market for ideas’, established to foster the debate around the future of the water sector.

  3. THES article highlights Frontier’s work on capital investment in English Higher Education

    The Times Higher Education Supplement (THES) has today published an article about the challenging future environment for capital investment in the English higher education (HE) sector.

  4. Apple Pay launches in the UK

    Apple Pay has gone live in the UK today, nine months after the mobile payments service first launched in the US.

  5. Frontier Chairman leads discussion with Richard Thaler at Chatham House

    Gus O’Donnell, Chairman of Frontier (Europe), today chaired an event at The Royal Institute of International Affairs.

  6. That sinking feeling: Frontier briefing assesses the outlook for energy network cost recovery

    In a new briefing published today, Frontier (Europe) explores the drivers of this change, and outlines the potential options for policymakers to consider.

  7. Tesco announce new minimum order price for free deliveries

    Tesco, the UK’s largest supermarket, has announced plans to increase its minimum spend for deliveries on online orders from £25 to £40.  The retailer said any order under the new limit will be subject to a £4 surcharge in addition to the existing delivery charge, which ranges from £1 to £6. The move is one […]

  8. CMA publishes energy market investigation provisional findings

    The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has today published the provisional findings from its investigation into the operation of the energy market in Great Britain.

  9. German government cancels carbon levy and introduces a climate reserve

    The German government has today announced that it will refrain from introducing a carbon levy on old coal-fired power plants.

  10. John Lewis announce new charge for customer orders delivered to store

    John Lewis, the UK department store, has announced it will start charging for small click-and-collect orders, where customers buy goods online and pick them up in store.