Anti-competitive behaviour and agreements

Detailed economic analysis of potential anti-competitive behaviour and agreements is a hallmark of E.CA's work. In areas where legal prohibitions are per se inappropriate, economic theory is inconclusive in terms of its predictions and analysed conduct is fundamental to the way industry operates.

  • Our focus on combining latest developments in economic theory with robust empirical analysis provides the best advice and results for our clients. 
  • We have worked on many cases where regulation and competition policy overlaps. Examples include exploitative abuse and margin squeeze allegations in regulated industries.

E.CA staff have worked on cases involving (excerpt):
collecting societies/CISAC, AstraZeneca, Deutsche Telekom, Rambus, International Roaming Cases (Germany and UK), Emission trading/RWE, LNG terminals.

For a detailed overview, visit our detailed project list.