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.:Public policies determine the economic efficiency of companies
because of the constraints they impose on business.
It is vital for institutions to be able to pre-empt the impact of regulatory guidelines by assessing the risks and opportunities they will generate for companies and subsidiaries in the sectors concerned. This involves the acquisition of tools to assess, define and compare operational options that are compatible with new regulations. 

Our Strategic challenges of public policies unit works with institutional organisations and corporate management in two areas:
  • Economic evaluation of the expected impact of regulatory changes
  • Definition of industrial and marketing strategies in response to regulatory challenges (competition policy, regulatory changes).

 

Our speciality: interventions combining operational and scientific expertise through long-term collaboration between our teams and the Econometrics Laboratory of the French Ecole Polytechnique.

  • Economic arguments for public authorities
  • Competitive analysis models and integration of the regulatory impact in the projection of company activities
  • Forced industrial optimisation

 

Examples of projects

  • Economic analysis of the grape market in Champagne in the absence of regulations
  • Economic analysis of the impact of the proposal to reform the wine-growing CMO regarding AOC wine subsidiaries
  • Development strategy for the product range and optimisation of the plant x market x product allocation for a cement manufacturer according to the various CO2 cost scenarios in Europe
  • Economic analysis of the impact of the reform of the Livret A savings system in France for a banking sector operator
  • Preparation of economic arguments in response to European Commission inquiries (key player in the European construction sector)