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By George Anstey, Matthew Mair, Soren Christian
The Department of Energy and Climate Change is planning to introduce a capacity market in Great Britain as part of its Electricity Market Reform package.
By Alexander Voegele, Philip De Homont
The relocation of old, well-established brands in times of BEPS can be mastered by a careful dissection of intellectual property into various usage rights.
By David Harrison, Jr., David Montgomery, Paul Bernstein, Sugandha Tuladhar, Mei Yuan
NERA was retained by Locke Lord LLP to conduct an analysis of the market and macroeconomic impacts of a proposed Alaska Liquefied Natural Gas project.
By Richard Marsden, Jonathan Pike
The AWS-3 auction will be the first major release of spectrum suitable for mobile broadband deployment in the United States since the 700 MHz auction in 2008.
By Sarah Butler
In Duran vs. U.S. Bank, the California Supreme Court affirmed the Court of Appeal's ruling and remanded a new trial on liability and damages in this misclassification suit.
By David Harrison, Jr., Anne Smith, Paul Bernstein, Scott Bloomberg, Andrew Foss, Andrew Stuntz, Sugandha Tuladhar
In this report, we demonstrate analysis methods to assess the potential costs and impacts on the US economy of a more stringent national ambient air quality standard.
By Jean Lubek, Stéphane Wakeford
The weighted average cost of capital (WACC) is central to French airport price-cap regulation.
By Stephanie Plancich, Ph.D., Adam Augustson
Consumer class actions -- cases where plaintiffs purchased a product or service from a defendant and allege some kind of fraud, product defect, or other information failure -- have become ubiquitous.
By Subramaniam (Subbu) Ramanarayanan
Driven by a variety of factors, merger activity among hospitals has been robust over the last couple of years.
By Noah Kaufman
US environmental regulations are increasingly influenced by cost-benefit analyses that are performed based on the guidance of the Office of Management and Budget.
By Richard Marsden, Jonathan Pike
The US "Incentive Auction" of 600MHz (UHF) bandwidth is the most ambitious spectrum auction ever proposed. Up to 144 MHz of "beachfront" radio frequencies could be repurposed from terrestrial broadcasting to mobile broadband.
By Richard Marsden, Jonathan Pike
The US "Incentive Auction" of 600MHz (UHF) bandwidth is the most ambitious spectrum auction ever proposed. Up to 144 MHz of "beachfront" radio frequencies could be repurposed from terrestrial broadcasting to mobile broadband.
By Kurt Strunk
The debate over the rate of return now tends to focus on the implications for public utility investors of a largely unprecedented trend in the current capital markets.
By Daniel Radov, Adil Hanif
This report presents the results of analysis that compares the taxation and subsidy regimes applying to oil, gas, coal, wind, and solar power in the EEA.
By Sarah Butler, Garrett Glasgow
In this NERA study, we examine the extent to which consumers will allow or prohibit uses of their personal information.
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