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By Coleman Bazelon, Pallavi Seth
Brattle economists have authored a report discussing how the wireless infrastructure industry will impact the U.S. economy in the coming years, as mobile wireless services and networks continue to expand.
By Guy Ben-Ishai
The Brattle Group is pleased to announce that competition and securities expert Dr. Guy Ben-Ishai has joined the firm's New York office as a principal.
By Ryan Hledik
Brattle economists have co-authored a report that quantifies the system value of time-of-use (TOU) tariffs in Great Britain and explores consumer preferences for TOU tariffs.
By William Zarakas
Brattle's Retail Energy Practice is producing a series of briefs that provide an integrated view into potential utility responses to the challenges and trends associated with the "Utility of the Future" (UoF).
By Ira Shavel, Michael Kline, Pablo Ruiz, Roger Lueken
A report by Brattle economists outlines the key reliability challenges and defines the attributes in which electric grid operators should focus on in order to maintain and strengthen system reliability.
By Judy Chang, Johannes Pfeifenberger, Kathleen Spees, Mariko Geronimo
Economists at The Brattle Group have released a report today explaining how the use of the term "baseload" generation is no longer useful for the purposes of planning and operating today's electricity system.
By Renée Duplantis, Ian Cass
Non-price effects is a topic with increasing international appeal and importance in antitrust matters, with a particular significance in merger reviews in Canada.
By Judy Chang, Ahmad Faruqui, Johannes Pfeifenberger, Sanem Sergici, Kathleen Spees, Onur Aydin, Walter Graf
Brattle economists have contributed two articles to the current issue of Energy Regulation Quarterly...
By Lisa Cameron, Michelle Cleary, Joshua Gans
In a recent interview published in the ABA's Perspectives in Antitrust, Brattle economists Michelle Cleary and Lisa Cameron discussed interoperability, disruption, and antitrust...
By Elaine Buckberg
Major infrastructure investments—especially pro- jects and programs of regional and national signifi- cance—can generate major "spillover" benefits to the general public...
By Bente Villadsen, Dan Harris, A. Lawrence Kolbe, Michael Vilbert
Brattle Principals Bente Villadsen, Michael Vilbert, and Dan Harris, and Principal Emeritus A. Lawrence Kolbe have authored a new book that examines the topic of cost of capital for regulated industries.
By Judy Chang, Johannes Pfeifenberger, Kathleen Spees, Mariko Geronimo, Walter Graf
These benefits significantly outweigh estimated implementation costs.
By Mark Berkman, Dean Murphy
A report by Brattle economists finds that Ohio's nuclear energy plants will contribute approximately $510 million to the state gross domestic product (GDP) over the next ten years (2018-2027)...
By Michael Goldstein
Dr. Michael Goldstein, a professor of finance at Babson College and an Academic Advisor to The Brattle Group, co-authored a paper for the American Geophysical Union (AGU)...
By Judy Chang, Johannes Pfeifenberger, John Tsoukalis
Brattle Principals Judy Chang and Johannes Pfeifenberger, and Associate John Tsoukalis have authored a report that analyzes how different market structures could alter production costs in the combined service areas of the Mountain West Transmission Group entities.
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