This bulletin from Frontier Economics looks at valuing the real impacts of rail and making a compelling business case for investing in this infrastructure.
Anna is an economist who specialises in network regulatory issues. She currently heads up the transport practice and during her time at Frontier Economics she has worked for companies, regulators and policy makers predominately in the water and transport sectors. Anna has significant experience in assessing and developing structural regulatory reforms and access pricing regimes to enable private sector participation. She has also applied economics to help solve a variety of policy questions such as how to improve the way roads are funded, how best to control train drivers’ hours of work and prioritise spending on environmental research and development. She also recently advised the National Transport Commission on the development of National Rail Safety Laws and evaluated the performance of programs aimed at improving learner drivers on behalf of the TAC and VicRoads.
Anna has worked at Frontier Economics in both Australia and Europe. This gives her clients easy access to international experience and enables the insights and lessons learned from other sectors to inform her clients’ strategies.
Selected work by Anna:
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