Frontier Economics, Ltd. provides economics consultancy services. It offers economic advice on energy, environment, financial services, healthcare, media, post, retailing, telecoms, transport, water, competition policy, public policy, regulation, strategy, contract design and evaluation, dispute support services, and market design and auctions. The company was founded in 1999 and is based in London, United Kingdom with additional offices in Europe and Australia.
71 High Holborn
London, WC1V 6DA
Founded in 1999
Frontier Economics Wins GBP 90 Million Multiple Awardees Contract for Research and Evaluation Services
Mar 15 16
Frontier Economics, London, won a GBP 90 million (excluding VAT) multiple awardees contract award from UK Shared Business Services Ltd. to provide research and evaluation services (Contract Award Notice No.: 2016/S 051-085680; Lot No.: 5). Services for the provision of Research and Evaluation in the following areas: Lot 1: Commercial, Economic and Social Impact Assessment and Analysis, Large scale economic and social impact assessments and surveys, Analysis at national, regional and local levels, International comparisons, Research into economic and social impact on various groups and communities, Shareholder rights, employee engagement and executive pay, Diversity on Boards, Business and Human Rights, Attitude /opinion polling, Lot 2: Financial, Regulatory Economic and Econometric Forecasting Analysis, Design, production and population of econometric and statistical models, Value added analysis, Benchmarking, Company law and corporate governance, Debt and Equity finance analysis, Supply and demand in individual finance markets, Costs and benefits of regulation and its compliance, Lot 3: Programme and Pilot Evaluation, Reviews of individual programmes and pilots to evaluate: The design, planning and implementation of the programme, The impact of the programme on the target group, Value for money analysis, Cost benefit analysis, How well it meets the policy and priorities, Formative evaluation of policy context and process, Lot 4: Comparative Evaluation, Reviews aimed at providing a more strategic view of performance; Reviewing the appropriateness of programmes, policies and priorities in providing the services required by Government, target groups and other stakeholders, Reviewing the efficiency and effectiveness of processes in designing, planning and implementing programmes, policies and priorities, Evaluation of all or a number of programmes aimed at a particular group, Meta-analysis of evaluations, Systematic Reviews and Rapid Evidence Assessments, Developing the evaluation and monitoring framework for a project or programme, Lot 5: Thematic Analysis, Short term projects focussing on specific policy areas, Literature reviews, Horizon scanning /exploratory research, Bespoke think pieces, Developing theories to respond to a strategic question with a clear evidence base, Lot 6: Behavioural and Experimental Research, Random control trials and experimental methods, Quasi-experimental methods, Behavioural and/or decision making research and analysis, Synthesis of behavioural science evidence, Lot 7: Specialist research and advice in the remuneration area, Valuation and benchmarking of pay and other benefits, Job evaluation and pay structure design, Assessing and responding to recruitment and retention and staff motivation issues, Case studies, surveys and literature reviews in the remuneration area, UK private sector practice on labour market and reward issues, Lot 8: Pensions, Actuarial pension scheme valuation and assessment, Comparison of pensions scheme benefits and reward packages, Pension trends and policy in the UK public and private sectors.