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Economic analysis and policy

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Economic modelling helps businesses quantify their impact on and contribution to the economy and provides a basis for assessing policy settings and the economic environment to understand future impacts on their business to support decision making.

Economic contribution, forecasting, and impact analysis

Economic contribution analysis

Deloitte Access Economics’ modelling team has a strong history of measuring the economic footprint and contribution our clients make to the national or regional economies. Built on our input/output (I/O) modelling capabilities, these studies establish how an area of activity contributes to the key economic identities of Gross Domestic Product and employment – including at sub-national levels using our in-house I/O table decomposition toolsets.

Economic impact analysis

Building on our in-house CGE model we bring to clients best practice methodologies and frameworks for translating the specifics of a policy or project to familiar and recognised whole of economy effects – including GDP and employment - using methodological frameworks that are widely recognised and requested by public sector stakeholders.

Economic forecasting

By providing forecasts based on our in-house macroeconomic models, including the Deloitte Access Economics Macro Model (DAEM) and the Deloitte Access Economics Demographics Model (DAE-DEM), our clients are able to understand complex economic interactions that result from changes in policy or the business and economic environment; see the impact of change on the bottom line or outlook for their business, industry or region; equip themselves with solid data and information needed to enter economic or policy debate; and keep abreast of the key drivers that affect their business.

Tailored economic modelling

Deloitte Access Economics has considerable experience in building tailored economic models for our clients. Our rigorous approach to data analysis and contemporary application of economic theory is brought together into user-friendly and commercially viable client models.

Our services are geared towards providing the quantitative foundation to our brand’s respected evidence-based advice across all sectors and industries. Our modelling and presentational expertise is applied across a number of services including demand forecasting, cost benefit analysis, infrastructure options modelling, economic performance analysis, survey data analysis and presentation, large dataset manipulation and more.

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Kathryn Matthews

Kathryn Matthews

Partner, Deloitte Access Economics

Kathryn works with both government and private sector clients with a focus on economic analysis and public policy reform across a range of industries and issues. Kathryn has extensive experience gaine... More

John O’Mahony

John O’Mahony

Partner, Deloitte Access Economics

John specialises in the digital economy and how it is changing business, government and everyday life. He leads a range of research projects including economic contribution reports, cost benefit analy... More

Lachlan Smirl

Lachlan Smirl

Partner, Deloitte Access Economics

Lachlan is a Partner in Deloitte Access Economics’ economic and policy advisory practice. His primary areas of specialisation are in education and tourism. In both sectors, Lachlan has led an expansiv... More

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