Frontier Economics prepared this report for a broad coalition of National Electricity Market participants on the AEMC’s Optional Firm Access proposal. It examines the likely market effects of the [...]
Franklin provides quantitative analysis to Frontier’s clients in the energy sector. This includes forecasting investment and prices and modelling strategic behaviour. His work mainly involves modelling the energy market using Frontier’s in-house modelling suite. Franklin has also been involved in the further development of these energy models, as well as customised models for clients.
Franklin joined Frontier Economics in 2012 after completing his PhD in economics from the University of Sydney, where he specialised in applied microeconomics and game theory. While studying, he also worked as an associate lecturer in economics in the University of Sydney teaching microeconomics and game theory.
Franklin likes cooking seafood on the weekend: several of his dishes such as blue cod in soy sauce, steamed abalone and marinated jelly fish are highly praised by his friends.
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