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Adrian Hart

Head of Construction & Infrastructure Consulting, OE Australia

02 8458 4233

Adrian Hart

Head of Construction & Infrastructure Consulting, OE Australia

Sydney, Australia

Adrian has over 23 years of economic analysis and consulting experience with Oxford Economics Australia, focusing on the infrastructure, building, maintenance and mining industries. Adrian has undertaken a wide range of consultancy projects for the public and private sector based on his detailed understanding of construction, mining and maintenance markets, their drivers and outlooks, the range of organisations operating in this space and the issues they face.

This work includes deeper industry liaison, contractor and competitive analysis, pipeline analysis, demand and cost escalation forecasting, and industry capacity and capability projects for the public and private sector. He is the lead author of major reports but also undertakes briefings and workshops for senior management, board members and industry associations, leads in-depth stakeholder consultation, and facilitates and chairs roundtables between government and industry.

Alex Hooper

Lead Economist, OE Australia

+61 4 7480 1190

Alex Hooper

Lead Economist, OE Australia

Sydney, Australia

Alex has over 6 years of economic consulting experience, working with senior internal and external stakeholders to develop quantitative and qualitative approaches for a range of strategic investments and interventions across Europe, the Middle East and Asia Pacific.

Alex has undertaken a wide range of consulting projects for the public and private sectors including the viability of major new infrastructure initiatives in transport, arts and culture; strategic analysis of new city developments; the economic and social impact of innovative investment programs and recently advising a Middle Eastern government on the impact of once in a generation fiscal reform.

Alex Koutalistras

Economic Analyst, OE Australia

+61 2 8458 4210

Alex Koutalistras

Economic Analyst, OE Australia

Sydney, Australia

Alex became part of the Asia Construction team in 2022, where he works as an economic analyst. In the team, Alex is responsible for forecasting building and construction activity and publishing reports for various countries across the Asia service.

Alex holds an Honours in Economics with distinction from the University of Technology, Sydney, where he completed a behavioural economic thesis analysing the ways in which people make economic decisions in situations where they are guaranteed a loss.

Andrew Iemma

Lead Economist, OE Australia

+61 28 458 4225

Andrew Iemma

Lead Economist, OE Australia

Sydney, Australia

Andrew is a lead economist is the consulting department based in Australia, focussing on freight and infrastructure related projects. His project experience ranges from industry analysis for both public and private sector clients, to commercial and economic due diligence for asset transactions.

April Skinner

Senior Economist, Asia Construction, OE Australia

+61 (0) 2 8458 4231

April Skinner

Senior Economist, Asia Construction, OE Australia

Sydney, Australia

April is the Senior Economist responsible for producing the Asian Construction Service. The service provides comprehensive analysis and forecasts on building and infrastructure construction across 13 countries in Asia including New Zealand. She has experience in econometric modelling and holds a Master’s degree in econometrics and financial economics.

Arpita Garg

Economic Analyst, OE Australia

+61 2 8458 4282

Arpita Garg

Economic Analyst, OE Australia

Sydney, Australia

Arpita Garg is currently an economic analyst in our Australian macroeconomic consulting unit.

Ben Udy

Lead Economist, OE Australia

+61 2 8458 4293

Ben Udy

Lead Economist, OE Australia

Sydney, Australia

Ben is a lead economist at Oxford Economics Australia working on the Australian Macroeconomic Service, and TradePrism. Prior to joining Oxford Economics ben has worked as a macroeconomic consultant in the private sector in Singapore and Australia and for the Treasury in New Zealand.

Brent Stadus

Business Development Manager, OE Australia

+61 4 2342 3043

Brent Stadus

Business Development Manager, OE Australia

Sydney, Australia

Brent is part of the Sydney based business development team where he is responsible for growing the client portfolio across Australia and New Zealand. Having diverse experience across a range of industries including the financial services sector, Brent specialises in assisting financial institutions to improve their strategic decision making capabilities. When not at work, you will typically find him at the beach.

Daniel Crook

Economist, OE Australia

+61 (2) 8458 4228

Daniel Crook

Economist, OE Australia

Sydney, Australia

Daniel is an economist who joined BIS Oxford Economics in 2020 as part of the graduate program. He has been involved in several consulting projects which included economic due diligence projects for assets transaction sales, scenario modelling, developing macroeconomic models and forecasts as well as conducting strategic cost-benefit analysis and economic impact assessments.

Daniel also has broad economic industry experience through his time working with BIS Oxford Economics’ subscription services. This included analysing and forecasting the construction and mining sectors, as well as the residential and commercial property sectors. Daniel holds a Bachelor of Business (Economics) and a Bachelor of Economics Honours from Queensland University of Technology.

Daniel Rahme

Associate Economist, OE Australia

+61 (4) 8127 3364

Daniel Rahme

Associate Economist, OE Australia

Sydney, Australia

Daniel joined BIS Oxford Economics in 2021 as an Associate Economist with the Due Diligence team. He is involved in a number of private consulting and advisory projects for a range of BIS Oxford Economics clients, with a focus on land registries, residential market analysis, demographic trend analysis, and cost escalation. Prior to joining BIS Oxford Economics, Daniel completed a 1st Class Honours degree at the University of Sydney.

Darren Anderson

Head of Global Transactions, OE Australia

+61 2 8458 4210

Darren Anderson

Head of Global Transactions, OE Australia

Sydney, Australia

Darren heads up our global transactions team, with a focus on both commercial and economic due diligence. He is also a specialist in freight movements, both at a port level and as the lead on Oxford Economics' global TradePrism service.

David Walker

Managing Director, OE Australia

+61 (0) 2 8458 4234

David Walker

Managing Director, OE Australia

Sydney, Australia

David is the Managing Director at BIS Oxford Economics and heads the office for Australia and New Zealand. In August 2013 he moved to Sydney to establish the firm and is continuing to grow the business in this region as well as leading key projects within Australia.

Before moving to Australia David worked as part of Oxford Economics’ business development team in London. Prior to joining Oxford Economics he worked for KPMG as a management consultant, specialising in financial risk management including stress testing and scenario analysis. During this time he was also seconded to the main Financial Services regulatory body, the Financial Services Authority (FSA). He completed his degree in Economics at Nottingham University and also studied the chartered institute for securities investment diploma.

Emily Dabbs

Head of Macro Consulting, OE Australia

+61 (4) 2438 9909

Emily Dabbs

Head of Macro Consulting, OE Australia

Sydney, Australia

Emily leads Oxford Economics Australia's Macro Consulting team. She has over 10 years of economic analysis and consulting experience, focusing on macroeconomic forecast and analysis. Emily regularly provides strategy support and briefings, and presentations to clients and key stakeholders to support a broader understand of the economic environment and the impact on their business.

Gary Wang

Economist, OE Australia

+61 (425) 799 606

Gary Wang

Economist, OE Australia

Sydney, Australia

Gary is an economist who joined the macroeconomic consulting team at the start of 2022. Gary has worked on multiple projects since joining BIS Oxford Economics, including demographic analysis for the Australian property market, and macroeconomic scenario analysis for the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO).

Prior to joining, he worked at the Reserve Bank of Australia for two years, where he worked on analysing and forecasting banknote demand in Australia and analysing the foreign exchange market.

Gary holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Finance) and Bachelor of Economics Honours (First Class) from the University of New South Wales.

George Bai

Graduate Economist, OE Australia

041 062 4040

George Bai

Graduate Economist, OE Australia

Sydney, Australia

George is a Graduate Economist helping to produce the Global Construction Service. The service provides comprehensive analysis and forecasts on building and infrastructure construction across the world. He holds an honours in Economics and has extensive programming experience.

Hayden Toohey

Graduate Economist, OE Australia

041 189 7031

Hayden Toohey

Graduate Economist, OE Australia

Sydney, Australia

Hayden is a Graduate Economist in the Australia Macroeconomic Subscription team. Prior to joining the team Hayden worked in Macroeconomic Consulting, gaining experience in modelling, forecasting and cost escalation. He has a Bachelor of Economics with First Class Honours and University Medal from the University of Technology Sydney.

Jielin Ding

Economic Analyst, OE Australia

+61 2 8458 4287

Jielin Ding

Economic Analyst, OE Australia

Sydney, Australia

Jielin joined Oxford Economics Australia in 2022 as an Economic Analyst for the Asia Construction Service where he was primarily responsible for publishing construction reports for various countries across the Subscription service. He also assisted the team with internal processes improvements, leveraging his past experiences and skill set. Jielin is now a member of the Consulting service, with a key focus on Freight and Due Diligence, where he supports the wider team in meeting the project specifications.

Jielin graduated with a Bachelor of Advanced Mathematics (Honours) and a Bachelor of Economics from the University of New South Wales, majoring in Advanced Statistics, Econometrics and Financial Economics.

Jordan Turley

Lead Data Scientist

+61 (0) 2 8458 4257

Jordan Turley

Lead Data Scientist

Brisbane, Australia

As a lead data scientist at Oxford Economics, Jordan has designed key architecture and data transformation processes that have enhanced the toolkits with which economic consultants can process, access and visualise data. He has launched robust database infrastructure with associated pipelines and scripting.

Jordan is excellent at utilising his broad-ranging programming skills to produce innovative solutions to complex mathematical problems and then presenting them to clients in an easily digestible format, through effective use of data visualisations.

Kristian Kolding

Head of Consulting, OE Australia

+61 (4) 1040 9070

Kristian Kolding

Head of Consulting, OE Australia

Sydney, Australia

Kristian leads Oxford Economics Australia's Consulting team, working with public and private sector leaders to help them prepare for the future by applying relevant economic theory and forecasts to inform effective policy and business strategy development.

Kristin West

Property Economist, OE Australia

+61 2 8458 4240

Kristin West

Property Economist, OE Australia

Sydney, Australia

Kristin is a Property Economist within the Building & Property Forecasting team. She has been involved in forecasting, analysis, writing and support work for various commercial property reports over the past 16+ years.

Kristin's background is in economics and she is responsible for data collection and analysis, maintaining databases, conducting econometric analysis, forecasting and writing, preparing charts and tables for our subscription products in the non-residential sector.

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