Report Highlights Importance of Federal Spending on Semiconductor-Related Research to US Economic Growth and National Security

ARLINGTON, July 6 – Nathan Associates recently completed a study for the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA), finding that US Government spending (related to programs funded by the Department of Defense, Department of Energy, National Science Foundation, National Institute of Standards … Read More

Nathan’s Ram Tamara Recognized as a Leading Competition Economist in Who’s Who Legal 2019

ARLINGTON, June 17 – Nathan Associates is pleased to announce that once again Ram Tamara has been recognized by Who’s Who Legal as one of the leading competition economists from around the world in their Competition Economists 2019 category. Who’s … Read More

Competition & Economic Regulation

Developing affordable and mutually beneficial infrastructure services and developing tools to encourage private investment and competition, requires a deep understanding of how to ensure and enable program success within complex stakeholder environments. Nathan’s proven in-house experts dig deeper, challenge assumptions, … Read More

Cross- Border Interconnection Regulations for the East African Community and the Southern African Development Community

East African Community (EAC) and Southern African Development Community (SADC) member countries currently pay overseas carriers to exchange local (intra-continental) traffic on their behalf, resulting in a costly, slow and inefficient exchange of African inter-country traffic via overseas hubs. With … Read More

Liberia, Assessment of Competition in Telecommunications Market

Nathan worked closely with the Liberian Telecommunications Authority (LTA) to analyze competition in the Liberian telecommunications market in order to define and identify the relevant retail and wholesale markets. This analysis resulted in the definition of three retail markets: (a) … Read More

Developing a Module on the New Paradigm of Regulation and Competition

Nathan developed the module on the New Paradigm of Regulation and Competition for the Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs (IICA). The module traced the origins of regulation and competition in the Indian economy since independence; highlighted the existing regulators and … Read More

West Africa, Impact of Road Transport Industry Liberalization

The movement of goods in West Africa is plagued with difficulty. The most active area for movement comprises the member countries of UEMOA (West Africa Monetary Union) and Ghana, a trade partner and gateway for neighboring francophone countries. At the … Read More

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