1. Ireland is the passenger in the Brexit car crash

    Originally published in the Irish Times on 30 June 2016. In April and May I gave talks in Ireland about the implications of Brexit on Ireland. I did not expect the UK to vote for Brexit, although I saw it as a clear possibility. I likened Ireland to the passenger in a car who has little […]

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  2. Regulation of P2P networks

    The Journal of European Competition Law & Practice has published an Economists’ Note written by John Fingleton and David Stallibrass on Peer to Peer businesses and regulation. The note argues that P2P businesses often create value by solving many of the market failures that traditional regulation was designed to correct. As a consequence, regulators should have […]

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  3. BBC Fair Trading Policy Review – report published by the BBC Trust

    As part of its review of the BBC Fair Trading Policy, the BBC Trust commissioned Fingleton Associates to undertake an independent assessment of the BBC’s Fair Trading Policy and Framework. Today it has published our report alongside a consultation document setting out proposed changes to the Policy. The BBC’s Fair Trading Obligation Due to its […]

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  4. CPI Europe Column: Can Competition Policy Drive Growth in Europe?

    Building on his remarks at the European Competition Day in Rome in October 2014, John Fingleton has written about competition policy and growth for Competition Policy International‘s Europe Column. You can read John’s CPI Europe Column here: https://www.competitionpolicyinternational.com/can-competition-policy-drive-growth-in-europe.

  5. John Fingleton speaking at the European Competition Day 2014 in Rome.