Hidden Forms of Ineffective Competition and Price Controls: Implications For Policy and Legislation (Consultant)

  • Mid-level, Short-term contract assignment
  • Posted on 18 November 2020

Job Description

Short-Term Assignment –

Hidden Forms of Ineffective Competition and Price Controls: Implications For Policy and Legislation


Samoa Governance Support Programme

Location: Remote work

Duration: 45 working days

ARF Category: Email Programme Manager (email address on page 2) for more info

Est. Date: early 2021

Seeking: A Samoa-based consultant with knowledge and experience of policy and practice surrounding the analysis and establishment of price controls and market regulation more broadly and of consumer protection.

Aim of the Assignment

The aim of this assignment will be to help the Fair-Trading and Codex Division (FTCD) of the Ministry of Commerce Industry and Labour (MCIL) to examine the existence, form, and extent of hidden ineffective competition in the wholesale and retail markets; the introduction of price controls for purposes other than the correction of market failures; and to set out the implications for government policy and the Act.

Please see tender notice and TOR for more info.

How to apply

Interested applicants are requested to submit their CV and a one-page covering note in an email with the subject “Consultant: Ineffective Competition and Price Controls” to Programme Manager, Tammy.Theikdi@adamsmithinternational.com. Unfortunately, due to high application volume, only short-listed applicants will be contacted. Applications close 28 January 2021,

About the Organization

Adam Smith International is a global advisory company that works locally to transform lives by making economies stronger, societies more stable, and governments more effective. Our clients are governments, international organisations, companies, and foundations. They come to us to develop strategies and to design, deliver and evaluate programmes that address the big challenges facing the world.

Our core team of staff and technical experts, in multiple offices around the world, ensures the quality of delivery and high ethical standards that we and our clients require. We bring together a global network of experts, who contribute their experience and know-how, where and when it is needed.

ASI is owned and operated by its employees. We are committed to corporate integrity and a triple bottom line of social, environmental and financial performance.

That is the way we work and that commitment was formally recognised when we became a certified B Corp. The certification indicates we balance profit and purpose through the highest standards of transparency and accountability as well as social and environmental performance.

More information

TOR_Hidden Ineffective Competition Jan21.pdf
Tender Notice_Ineffective Price Controls.Jan21.pdf

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