Daniel Bunting has over 15 years of experience in providing economic analysis and policy advice to clients in business and in government.
Daniel is an experienced economic modeller, analyst and communicator with deep experience providing advice across the private sector, the Commonwealth Government, and multiple state and local governments.
Daniel has expertise in building bespoke economic models to solve complex problems. He regularly provides clients with economy wide analysis using Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) models and Input Output (I/O) models; Economic Impact Analysis; Benefit Cost Analysis; Forecasting (both of economic aggregates, and of individual industries sectors and products); and analysis of the impacts of microeconomic and regulatory reforms on industry, consumers and the wider economy.
Daniel also has demonstrated knowledge of the impact of the new economy, with deep experience in the point-to-point transport sector.
Bachelor of Economics/Business, University of Queensland
Masters of Economic Studies, University of Queensland
Ph.D., Economics, International Trade and Biosecurity, University of New South Wales
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