Do you need guidance to solve complex challenges? Economic expertise in the context of litigation and disputes, driving forwards the regulatory and policy agenda and business decision making.

The government’s policy agenda, economic climate, and the changing corporate landscape, bring challenges and opportunities. Economic analysis enables you to plot a course through this terrain. 

Our team can deliver bespoke support grounded in complex economic theory, insight on industry trends, and the political and regulatory environment. You will also get access to our extensive network of industry connections.

  • Complex made simple
  • Impactful and persuasive
  • Independent expert advice
  • Complex made simple
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    Applying microeconomic analysis to simplify complex problems – turning theory and data into practical advice.
  • Impactful and persuasive
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    Insight that withstands scrutiny and sets the direction of travel.
  • Independent expert advice
    Independent expert advice
    Using robust economic models and tools to facilitate dispute resolution or testify for claimants and respondents.

Economic consulting

Dispute economics

Expert economic analysis for support with complex issues in litigation and arbitration.

Competition economics

Stay informed with insight and guidance on all aspects of competition law from our expert team.

Economics of strategy

Get guidance on the right strategic decisions with bespoke strategic analysis from our expert economic consulting team.

Regulatory economics and finance

Guidance on managing the impact of the regulatory agenda, including ESG, digital markets, and the consumer duty.

Why Grant Thornton

Our diverse team is driven by intellectual curiosity – creativity and analytical tools deliver exceptional outcomes.

Leveraging our technical experience, sector knowledge, and practical insights, we proactively bring thought leadership and insights to champion your issues. 

Our team have worked in all major sectors, including financial services, infrastructure, public sector, consumer, and energy, across more than 50 international jurisdictions.