Research Manager, Crawford School of Public Policy; and Principal at NCEconomics, Australian National University
Salim is Research Manager at the Crawford School of Public Policy and Principal at Natural Capital Economics. He has extensive experience in energy, environmental and climate change policy and economics as well as policy evaluation more broadly.
Salim has highly transferable economics skills and brings a strong understanding of analytical tools used in public policy and economics. He has used and managed the use of such tools (including CGE modelling and specialist bottom up models for forecasting as well as for cost benefit analysis) throughout his career. He blends this understanding of analytical tools with a deep appreciation for the importance of existing social, market and regulatory contexts to provide highly regarded advice.
When unveiling government data revealing Australias rising greenhouse emissions, federal energy minister Angus Taylor sought to temper the news by pointing out that much of the increase is due to liquefied natural gas...