Daniel joins the Frontier Economics water and environment team to assist with quantitative and qualitative analysis on institutional reform, policy design and broader water management decisions. He comes with a strong passion for rural development, resource use and sustainability, with a range of technical and practical experience.
Daniel recently graduated from the University of Adelaide, where he achieved first class honours researching a range of econometric techniques addressing poverty dynamics in rural India. Prior to Frontier Economics, Daniel worked as a research assistant for the Centre of Global Food and Resources, assisting with field studies and experimental design in rural Uganda. He has taught microeconomics classes for the University of Adelaide, and has developed policy proposals on inner-city logistics on behalf of the EU Centre of Global Affairs in Adelaide.
Daniel won a number of prizes while at university, including the Australasian Agriculture and Resource Economics Society Undergraduate Prize and the Productivity Commission Prize for Microeconomics (2018).
When not deskbound, Daniel keeps busy by critically analysing soccer games and leagues from around the world.
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