Martin Chow

Senior Economist

Martin has over eight years of experience in the application of economics to infrastructure regulation and policy questions. 

On regulatory matters, Martin has significant expertise in applying economic principles to the regulation of infrastructure services and analysing the corresponding incentives that such regulation creates. His particular strengths are in infrastructure pricing, regulatory design and regulatory impact statements. 

Martin has applied his expertise to a number of industries, including electricity networks, electricity wholesale and retail markets, bulk water, heavy vehicles and accident towing.

On policy matters, Martin has significant experience in solving complex problems through clear and practical solutions across the transport, energy and water sectors. His particular strengths lie in devising and evaluating policy reform options, and examining the economic and financial implications for different stakeholders of reform.    
Martin has worked with state and federal government agencies, regulatory agencies, and regulated businesses. He is well versed in communicating with different stakeholders and devising practical advice by reference to economic principles.  

Martin holds a bachelor of commerce degree with first class honours in economics from the University of Sydney. Prior to joining HoustonKemp, he worked at NERA Economic Consulting and GHD.  

Posted on August 13, 2014 and filed under Senior Economist.