Calculating the cost of alcohol consumption to the Swiss economy. On behalf of the Swiss Federal Office of Public Health.
Using discrete choice experiments to determine the Swiss population’s social preferences with regard to the organisation of the healthcare sector. Pilot study for a European research project.
Identifying areas in which digitalisation gives rise to regulatory issues, and obtaining possible answers using questionnaires as well as conducting conferences and workshops with established experts. On behalf of a foundation.
Scenario analysis of megatrends affecting employers and the potential impact on the labour market. Presenting and assessing potential scenarios for the labour market, the education system and the welfare system.
Research project as part of National Research Program 67 assessing the costs and benefits of life-prolonging measures at end of life. In collaboration with the University of Zurich, supported by the Swiss National Science Foundation.
Developing existing methods for measuring efficiency (data envelopment analysis and stochastic frontier analysis) with the use of Bayesian methods, on the basis of data from national and international electricity and gas network operators.
Assessing the effectiveness of the Malmquist method compared to regression analysis approaches to determine productivity growth per sector. On behalf of a German distribution network operator, in collaboration with Jacobs University Bremen.
Assessing whether communication network providers operate active traffic management for the transmission of data packets and if they are allowed to differentiate on price and quality. Analysing the market for internet traffic services in Switzerland.