On 4 August 2016, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission Chairman Rod Sims announced that the ACCC’s next market study will focus on the Australian communications sector. This [...]
Warwick is an experienced industry economist, and advises firms on competition and regulatory issues. Warwick’s particular expertise lies in the areas of pricing, economic modeling, costing and market analysis, and he has applied this expertise in many network industries including telecommunications, airports, taxis, post, rail and stock exchanges.
Warwick’s clients have included policy makers, regulators, access seekers and access providers, value his ability to provide credible and independent economic analysis, and to manage complex projects under tight timelines. He has twenty years experience as an economist, with 13 years in economic consulting and seven years working for telecommunications and competition regulators in Australia and the United Kingdom.
Warwick has a M.Com (Econ) from the University of Melbourne and has published a number of articles on contemporary economic issues in telecommunications, including structural separation and access pricing, and has also written extensively on taxi reform.
Warwick keeps economics on the brain even at home, and can readily discuss the positive externalities of baking sourdough bread.
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