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Work in Competition Consultancy

 
#1 Work in Competition Consultancy
08/05/2001 00:00

Richard

Hi,

I am trying to find a consultancy that specialises in Competition Economics. Can anyone give me any advice?

Many thanks

R

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#2 RE: Work in Competition Consultancy
17/03/2010 08:05

Bert to Richard (#1)

Hi Richard - do you still need an answer on this one?

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#3 RE: Work in Competition Consultancy
17/03/2010 15:30

terminal_bore to Bert (#2)

You know what, I think he might just have figured it out by now.

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#4 RE: Work in Competition Consultancy
18/03/2010 07:34

Bert to terminal_bore (#3)

It's called follow up!

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#5 RE: Work in Competition Consultancy
18/03/2010 09:39

Anon to Bert (#4)

Bert, might be worth checking he wasn't affected by the Millenium bug as well.

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#6 RE: Work in Competition Consultancy
18/03/2010 11:55

Follow up? to Anon (#5)

Bert, if you're a consultant then I worry for you. In fact, if you think that anyone requires following up nearly 9 years after they submitted their query I worry for you full-stop.

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#7 RE: Work in Competition Consultancy
18/03/2010 14:14

Bert to Follow up? (#6)

Well - exxxxcuuuuse me for wanting to make sure everyone gets an answer on this forum!! And no - he asked the question only 9 years ago so he would not be affected by the millenium bug in the meantime....

The reason why I came back is that I have been trying to follow this question up for 9 years - and now I finally have an answer. If he no longer requires an answer - then I think it's only fair to check?

Or - sorry - is this not what this forum is about?

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#8 RE: Work in Competition Consultancy
18/03/2010 14:45

Richard to Bert (#7)

Hi Bert, an answer would be much appreciated.

Also, do you have any recommendations for cheap scanners that include an audo sheet feedert

Many thanks

R

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#9 RE: Work in Competition Consultancy
18/03/2010 15:41

Bert to Richard (#8)

Hi Richard.

Sure - try ACTEcon or Reckon LLP. They are both pretty well known in this areas.

As for the cheap scanner question - I will follow up on this. Might take me some time... I will get back to you....

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#10 RE: Work in Competition Consultancy
18/03/2010 15:54

Leo Sayer to Bert (#9)

Bert,

I have noticed a degradation in the sound quality of my LP's. Is there any technology that you know of that might address this issue in the near future in a way that would be comercially viable?

Thanks.

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#11 RE: Work in Competition Consultancy
18/03/2010 20:06

Bert to Leo Sayer (#10)

Leo - good question! Unfortunately I have some bad news. I am sure that you read in What HiFi '86 that it's now generally accepted that audio technology has reached its apogee. The LP discs themselves will, however, become smaller - or more "compact" - however worry not my fellow audiophile, the LP player is here to stay!

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