This bulletin from Frontier Economics looks at econometrics and discusses some examples of when econometric modelling goes awry.
James specializes in applying microeconomic principles and econometric analysis over a wide range of economic issues. He has extensive experience in analysis of many sectors, including agriculture, education, and international trade. At Frontier Economics, James has been assisting clients through a sensible and robust approach in many areas, from market definition in investigating anti-competitive behaviour, to appropriate approaches in WACC estimation for regulation.
James joined Frontier Economics in January 2017, after working for several years as an Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Western Australia. Since relocating from Perth to Melbourne to join Frontier, James has been getting used to the coffee (better) and weather (worse).
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