Clement focuses on regulatory economics, working with the water, energy, and urban economics teams at Frontier Economics, providing qualitative and quantitative analysis on a range of economic issues.
Prior to joining Frontier Economics, Clement worked in the Victorian water industry as the lead regulatory modeller for a water utility in Melbourne, where he provided economic regulation modelling, demand forecasting, designing and running customer engagement workshops to test potential tariff reforms, and costs-benefit analyses.
Clement has a Master of Economics from the University of Melbourne.
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