Investment appraisal & business cases, Non-market valuation, Quantitative methods & modelling, Market performance & evaluation
Amy is an experienced research economist focused on how economics intersections with society and the environment. Get in contact with Amy if you would like to talk about how economic and spatial analysis can be visualised to enhance the communication and quality of insights.
Amy approaches her analysis through the application of economic theory and quantitative modelling, with strong awareness of the practical implications of her work. She takes a holistic view to problem solving, ensuring a comprehensive understanding of the micro and macro factors from a social, environmental and political stand point are considered.
Amy is skilled at communicating complex information and analysis to stakeholders at all levels in an accessible way. She has strong experience producing visualisations for government and industry bodies to ensure the full value of internal or market data is understood. Examples of her work include:
- Economic analysis, including economic research, business case preparation and cost benefit analysis with regard to infrastructure projects across the waste, water and transport sectors for public and private clients.
- Economic modelling, using spatial data analysis and quantitative methods to deliver insights on spatial relationships between assets, services and community values.
- Economic Advisory, reviewing the economic analyses underpinning water infrastructure business cases for the Safe and Secure Water Fund.
- Data visualisation, creating value-add to datasets by making them accessible and interactive for users, drawing greater insights out of market or organisational data.