Link Economics provides economic advice in the areas of infrastructure regulation, competition policy and pricing.  We have a strong focus on quantitative economics that can be applied in practical commercial contexts, and on presenting complex economic and financial concepts in a manner accessible to a wide range of audiences.

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Regulatory support for ActewAGL

Support to Canberra’s multi-utility provider ActewAGL on electricity, gas and water regulatory issues, 2019-20 Link Economics provided support in preparing...
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Competition effects of a Sky-Vodafone merger

Expert reports on the competitive effects of a merger between Vodafone New Zealand and Sky Network Television, 2016-17 New Zealand’s...
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Review of airport landing fees

Evaluation for Freightways and New Zealand Post of aeronautical pricing proposals by Christchurch International Airport (2022) and Palmerston North Airport...
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Review of electricity distribution price-setting compliance statements

Annual Price-Quality Path Price-Setting Compliance Statements Review, 2022-2023 Non-exempt electricity distribution businesses (EDBs) in New Zealand must ensure that they...
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Mobile termination regulation in New Zealand

Provision of expert economic analysis for Two Degrees Mobile on Mobile Termination Rate (MTR) regulation, 2009-2011 Emma Ihaia was retained...
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Cost allocation study for the Electricity Networks Association

Review of cost allocation methodologies in New Zealand, Australia and the UK for the Electricity Networks Association (ENA), 2019 The...
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Expert witness statement for Interim Injunction in PNG

Expert witness statement for an Interim Injunction regarding Mobile Termination Charges in Papua New Guinea, 2011 The smaller mobile network...
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Efficiency effects of collective bargaining by chicken growers

Expert report for an authorisation of collective bargaining by members of the New Zealand Tegel Growers Association, 2022 The New...
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Economic perspectives on collaborative activity clearance process

Economic perspectives on the first clearance application for a collaborative activities exception to New Zealand’s cartel provisions, 2022 In 2022...
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Fibre access regulation in New Zealand

Expert report for Trustpower on the Commerce Commission’s Emerging Views on Fibre Regulation, 2019 The Commerce Commission was considering the...

Contact us today for expert economic guidance in infrastructure regulation, competition law, and pricing.

At Link Economics, we pride ourselves on our focus on quantitative economics that can be applied in practical commercial contexts. We use advanced economic and financial modeling techniques to provide clients with accurate and reliable guidance, and we are committed to presenting complex economic and financial concepts in a way that is accessible to a wide range of audiences.