Dr George Houpis, a Director at Frontier Economics, is head of its Telecommunications Practice. He brings his vast experience and strong analytical skills to bear when developing recommendations designed to achieve clients’ strategic objectives, whatever the issue. With over 20 years of sector experience he has advised on regulatory and competition policy issues across a range of jurisdictions in both developed and emerging markets. He has extensive quantitative experience having produced and reviewed forecasts for fixed and mobile revenues, penetration and usage. He has supported numerous telecommunications, TV and radio licence bids. Recent project work includes advising regulatory authorities and operators on the application of the EU telecommunications regulatory framework, fixed and mobile interconnection, regulation and costing of NGNs, margin squeeze cases in the broadband internet services market, and advice on auctioning of spectrum.
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