Mapping customer requirements and behaviours in retail energy and financial services: what differs

Delivered as part of 'The discovery, assessment and use of evidence in regulatory and competition law decision making', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2018

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Consumer interests: what we are doing, what we have discovered so far, and what questions does this raise for regulators?

Delivered as part of 'The discovery, assessment and use of evidence in regulatory and competition law decision making', Annual Competition and Regulation Conference 2018

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The EEA Agreement: the key to a simplified Brexit process?

The UK is currently a member of the European Economic Area and is likely to be able to continue membership if it wishes. Its treaty rights under the EEA afford the UK a considerable degree of control over the post-Brexit outcome. Continued membership can be viewed as a 'interim measure' that would, in one step, meet most of the Leave agenda, whilst allowing time for reflection on longer-term issues.

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Regulation and public interest outcomes in energy and water: moving beyond compliance and towards a ‘Sustainable Licence to Operate’ for a disrupted world

Delivered as part of 'Regulation and public interest ourcomes in energy and water: moving beyond compliance and towards a sustainable 'licence to operate' for a disrupted world'', Hertford Seminar in Regulation 2018

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