Frontier Economics was an independent advisor to AustralianSuper, for Brookfield and EIG's Origin Energy takeover scheme. Our role was to review the assumptions used in the Independent Expert’s [...]
Frontier Economics and Edge Environment announce partnership to advise on climate-related financial risk (TCFD).
Frontier Economics economists Alexandra Humphrey Cifuentes and Rosemary Jones presented at OzWater21.
To realise a policy vision of greener cities and liveable future urban landscapes, we need to embed green infrastructure into traditional infrastructure planning processes.
Real options analysis values flexibility explicitly, enabling better decision making in infrastructure investments compared with standard techniques.
The Australian offices of Frontier Economics will be closed from 5pm Monday 24 December 2018 and re-open Wednesday 2 January 2019 at 9am.
Frontier Economics has moved into new offices in Singapore. This is effective from 1 July 2018.
The International Trademark Association (INTA) has launched a report on the economic contribution of trademark-intensive industries to five ASEAN economies.
Justice Jagot of the Federal Court of Australia has awarded damages of more than $25 million plus interest and costs to Bayer for Generic Health’s infringement of its patent.
Many holders of patents (and some intellectual property lawyers) do not realise that the exercise of patent rights is constrained by the provisions of the Australian Trade Practices Act 1974.
The Australian Copyright Tribunal decided this week to significantly increase the fee that Australian gyms must pay in order to play music recordings in exercise classes.