Synergies Economic Consulting offers a broad range of economic, business and finance advisory services. These advisory services include expert witness services, microeconomic analysis and modelling, regulatory and competition issues, cost/benefit and financial analysis, health economics, business case development and public policy.

Synergies has a genuine commitment to providing rigorous expert advice to a growing and diverse client base in business and government. Through intensive client engagement, we seek to fully understand the needs of our clients. We deliver services that focus clearly on their individual circumstances and needs, while drawing on the extensive industry, regulatory and public sector expertise of the Synergies team.

Our priority is to consistently deliver advice of a high standard for our clients in order to create value for their operations while establishing long term business relationships built on trust and integrity.

What's New

21/05/2015 - Read our new Insight Article - China-Australia FTA: Miracle or Mirage, co-written by Andrew Bridger and Jeff Lassen.


20/05/2015 - Read our new Insight Article - Australia’s economic challenges in three graphs, co-written by Pamela Dodd and Jeff Lassen.


5/05/2015 - Read our Insight Article - Re:think or repeat? Australia’s tax system needs a better vision, co-written by Alexander Svanberg and Anne Erlandsen.


20/04/2015 - The Murray Darling Basin Authority has published Synergies’ report which reviews the costs of River Murray Operations.


30/03/2015 - Read our Public Policy Update from December 2014 to February 2015.


16/03/2015 - Martin van Bueren, our Director in Perth, has published his thoughts on the policy framework necessary to sustainably exploit the natural beauty of WA for tourism.


Case Study

Super Investment Management - Pacific Fibre Investment
Synergies was retained by Super Investment Management Pty Ltd (SIM) to provide an independent assessment of the information and modelling provided by Pacific Fibre on a proposed new sub-sea cable direct [via New Zealand] from Australia to the US, in the context of their consideration of a major equity investment in the project.


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