ACIL Allen’s experience in public policy, regulation, economic modelling and analysis, program evaluation, and strategy to the energy, government-funded services, agribusiness and resources sectors, enables us to provide similar services to a range of other sectors.
Construction & property industry
The property industry is a vital part of the Australian economy, making significant contributions to the national economy in terms of output and employment. It produces around 13 per cent of Australia’s GDP and directly employs more than one million people, making it Australia’s biggest employer.
- Economic Impacts of Defence Infrastructure in the Northern Territory: 2022-23 to 2026-27
- National Construction Code 2022: Decision RIS for a proposal to increase residential building energy efficiency requirements
- Recovery and Beyond: A Renewed Northern Territory Population Strategy
- National Construction Code 2022: Consultation RIS for a proposal to increase residential building energy efficiency requirements
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in Australia comprise around 3 per cent of the Australian population.
Leisure & entertainment
Australia's entertainment industries, such as media and leisure, are being transformed by significant changes in technology, regulation and consumer taste.
Public financial management
Public finance encompasses a broad range of activities including the development of fiscal policy, formulating government recurrent and capital budgets, dealing with the financial relationships between various levels of government, and taxation, in addition to more general policy advice of a financial management nature.
Research & development
Investment in research and development (R&D) is an important driver for innovation. Innovation in turn is a strong driver for increased productivity and improved competitiveness. Firms that innovate have been shown to be more likely to increase their profitability, more likely to export, more likely to increase employment and more likely to offer training to their employees.
Space & geospatial
Our consultants are leaders in the analysis of the space and geospatial sectors. We have undertaken economic assessments of the value of geospatial information systems in Australia and overseas and have contributed to the development of economic assessment approaches.