The Victorian Government today announced regulatory reforms to the taxi and commercial passenger vehicle market, enabling Uber and others to legally provide services.
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In an earlier bulletin, Uber Regulated? we examined the case for regulating so-called “sharing economy” services, like Uber and Airbnb. In this companion piece, we discuss why it is important to understand the economic value likely to be created by these services. Gains to the community from regulatory reform largely hinge on new services filling […]
A new client briefing from Frontier Economics looks at the recent judgment by the Australian Competition Tribunal regarding the merits review of AER reset decisions for NSW and ACT networks.
Frontier (Australia) alumni and former director, David Briggs, has taken part in four clinical trials and discusses this in an interview and video that promotes the importance of these trials and encourages those who can to participate in them.
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