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The Directors of Cadence Economics have a wealth of experience working with government, private sector clients, industry associations, peak bodies and not-for-profits on a wide range of topics.

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Cadence Economics is a boutique consulting firm specialising in applied quantitative economic analysis.

We offer a comprehensive suite of services from cost benefit analysis, computable general equilibrium modelling, econometrics, economic forecasting to policy and regulatory advice.

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Cadence Economics, working in conjunction with Hansen Bailey estimated the net economic benefits of the Integra Underground Project. Last week, the Independent Planning Commission of NSW approved the Modification.

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Cadence turns three years old

According to ABS statistics, around 60 per cent of small businesses close their doors within the first three years. That is why we are so pleased to have made the 3 year milestone!

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Cadence turns three years old

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University collaboration yielding benefits

Cadence Economics, working with Universities Australia, estimated that formal collaborations between Australian business and universities generated $10.6 billion per year.

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