Mary SchnelleEconomist

    Mary primarily works in the water and urban economics practices at Frontier Economics as an economist, providing qualitative and quantitative analysis on a range of economic issues. She assists public and private sector clients with economic advice across cost-benefit analysis, business case, regulatory, and modelling issues.

    Recently, Mary has provided regulatory support to a number of regulated water businesses on their pricing submissions, and provided analysis and advice on the economic, social and environmental benefits of feral horse management in Kosciuszko National Park. With her previous experience in energy and resource economics, Mary is passionate about strong economics underpinning sustainable development and robust policy making.

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