William Webster

Civil Aviation Authority (London)
Head of Competition and Markets

William Webster is an competition and regulatory economist with 20 years of experience in the public and private sector, in both UK and multinational institutions and companies. His expertise spans development of price controls, competition and licence enforcement, economic analysis of commodity trading and the development of network access rules. He has worked across a range of regulated sectors including the energy, water and aviation industries. He has Bachelors and Masters degrees in Economics as well as post graduate qualifications in corporate finance and management. He has a good working knowledge of French and German.


472 Bulletin

Ingrida Pucinskaite-Kubik, Patrick Lindberg, Philip Lowe, William Webster The European Commission publishes results of its sector inquiry into gas and electricity addressing the issue of effective unbundling of energy transmission networks


"Effective unbundling of energy transmission networks: lessons from the Energy Sector Inquiry"* I. Introduction During the late 1990s, the European Union decided to fundamentally change the basis for the provision of electricity and gas from a monopolistic to a competitive market framework. (...)

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