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Peter is an economist who works mainly on urban issues: transport planning and investment, urban planning and development, and city-shaping investments. He has worked on projects across a range of industries and with local and central government in New Zealand and Australia. He is particularly interested in change: How to tell when it's happening, how to respond appropriately to it, and how to understand the opportunities that it may bring.
Peter’s professional areas of focus include:
Prior to joining MRCagney in 2014, Peter worked in PwC New Zealand’s finance and economics consulting team. Since joining MRCagney, he has completed two part-time secondments as a senior research economist at Auckland Council’s Research, Investigations and Monitoring Unit (RIMU), where he led several research projects on land use economics and local government regulations. Peter holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Williams College in the United States and a Master of Arts (First Class Honours) from the University of Auckland.