Dr Julian Morison
BAgEc, MEc, MInfEng, PhD
Julian has over 30 years’ experience in applied economic analysis, particularly related to primary industries, natural resource issues and regional economic development. Julian has undertaken many projects investigating socio-economic, institutional, policy and business dimensions of regional development and natural resource management issues. He has conducted numerous economic impact analysis consultancies for private firms and government organisations, several of which have involved workshops and seminars on input-output methods, cost benefit analysis and other analytical tools.
BSc (Hons), MSc
Heather has 19 years professional experience as an environmental scientist and economist in Australia and internationally, working across the private, government and not-for-profit sectors. With a background in economics, carbon accounting and environmental sciences, Heather is proficient at integrating these specialist skill sets amongst the teams she manages to deliver coherent projects and in communicating the outcomes to non-technical audiences. She has worked on projects across agriculture, water, carbon, marine resources and scientific research delivery for all levels of government, universities and industry associations, using techniques including cost benefit analysis, input-output analysis and carbon accounting.
Anders is an experienced economist with a focus on leveraging new technologies for analysis and communication of results. His experience is primarily comprised of economic impact and cost benefit analyses across a broad range of industries including: forestry, fishing, agriculture, tourism, disability services, music, infrastructure and regional development. Prior to his current role, Anders completed internships with the Government of South Australia and the United Nations (ESCAP Bangkok). His success as student at the University of Adelaide, was recognised with eight academic awards, including the Dean’s Award for Exceptional Achievement and the Prime Minister’s Australia Asia Scholarship.
BSc and MAE
Adam has over 16 years’ experience in applied economic analysis and policy development, particularly related to agriculture, manufacturing, mining, regional economic development and the public sector. His experience includes stakeholder engagement, program evaluation, economic impact analysis and cost benefit analysis across a broad range of industries, programs and projects.
Lisa joined EconSearch in 2007 as an economist after completing economics and finance degrees at the University of Adelaide. Since joining EconSearch, Lisa has contributed to the application of input-output models and in preparing and communicating the results of economic impact analyses and socio-economic profiles. She has also undertaken numerous economic evaluations using cost-benefit analysis for a wide range of clients in both the public and private sectors. She has contributed annually to the preparation of economic indicators for all the commercial fisheries of SA, the economic impact of aquaculture and a fishery gross margin modelling framework developed to aid the harvest strategy in the Lakes and Coorong Pipi fishery.
BEc (Hons), Bfin
Nick joined EconSearch in 2013 as an economist, following his participation in the Treasury’s 2012 graduate program. He has been involved in the development of economic models, most notably the production of State and regional IO models for the South Australian Economy. He continues to improve the methodology necessary for IO model construction, with particular emphasis on the Industrial Ecology Virtual Laboratory (IELab). He is adept at finding data solutions, and is capable in utilising programing languages, such as visual basic for application (VBA) and GEMPACK (for Computable General Equilibrium analysis).
Jasmine is a graduate economist with a focus on innovative analyses and communication of results. Her experience includes data collection, economic impact analysis and cost benefit analysis. Jasmine has been involved in data collection on a number of projects, including economic and social from South Australian commercial fishers.