Elias Braunfels, Managing Partner at Oslo Economics in Berlin, will discuss his research on merger-price effects at the 40th annual conference of the European Associations of Law and Economics in Berlin on Thursday 21. September 2023.
Efficiency Gains, Remedies, and Internalization of Rivalry – Elias Braunfels presents study on merger price effects at research conference in Berlin
Oslo Economics is proud to be continuously recommended by Who’s Who Legal with a strong team of economists also in the 2023 Competition ranking. We thank our clients and partners for the trust they express in our expertise in all competition, antitrust and regulation related matters.
Oslo Economics has recently acted as economic expert in a dispute about earn-out payments connected to an alleged breach of a best-effort clause in a shares purchase agreement.
Oslo Economics has extensive experience in competition and market analysis. Now, we are further strengthening our expertise with the appointment of Simen A. Ulsaker, Ph.D.
Today our colleague Jon Ellingsen defends his dissertation titled “Essays in prediction, expectation formation, and labor economics”, at BI Norwegian […]
Health, well-being, and social exclusion in the Norwegian education system and labor market – Halvard Sandvik Jansen defended his Ph.D.
Our colleague Halvard Sandvik Jansen defended his doctoral dissertation “Empirical Essays on Health, Educational Attainment, and Labor Market Exclusion” for […]
Oslo Economics has, on behalf of the Norwegian Communications Authority (Nkom), analyzed the broadband needs of Norwegian end-users in 2030, as well as the technologies that can meet those needs.
What economic and administrative consequences can arise from the introduction of a third legal gender category?
The Norwegian Child Welfare, Youth, and Family Directorate (Bufdir) has conducted an assessment regarding the introduction of a third legal […]
Foundations in Norway account for over 58 billion in annual value creation, as revealed by a comprehensive survey conducted by […]
What measures should the Norwegian government introduce in order to develop hydrogen value chains in Norway?
Society is facing significant transformations if we are to achieve our climate goals, and hydrogen can become an important part […]
Oslo Economics and the Norwegian Computing Center have conducted a knowledge acquisition on electronic and internet-based solutions for voting. This provides a foundation for assessing the possibilities, risks, benefits, and costs of various solutions in relation to each other.
The Norwegian government aims for investments in research and development in Norway to increase to three percent of GDP. The […]