Our team applies exacting standards of rigor and impartiality to our economic and policy analysis, and have postgraduate and graduate training in applied economics. We routinely submit business cases to Departments of Treasury and Finance at state and commonwealth levels, and contribute to pricing submissions to economic regulators including the Essential Services Commission.
Grounded and multidisciplinary
We are not just theoretical economists; we have a profound understanding of the complex reality of issues in water, environment, agriculture and natural resource management. Our team has deep expertise in these areas, as well as in waste and regional development. We also draw from our colleagues in horticulture and agriculture, science and engineering to ensure that we provide holistic advice, and apply economic principles to markets about which we are deeply well informed.
The Barwon River in Victoria is one of Geelong’s most significant natural assets. However, it has been experiencing declining flows due to the impacts of climate change and growing regional demand. ...Read More
In 2021, RMCG's team of horticulture experts and economists worked with the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and global urban agriculture consultancy Agritecture to investigate effective urban f...Read More
A willingness to invest in agriculture is currently strong in Victoria's central Gippsland region, given high demand for quality food supply, low interest rates, good access to markets and the natural...Read More