Terry is a renowned economist who provides advice to all tiers of government, not for profit organisations and the private sector. He is Australia’s leading thinker on the link between the urban productivity and the macro economy and is a regular media commentator on the functioning of our cities and regions. He is a prolific writer, producing regular research papers and contributing to academic debate across a broad range of topic. Terry was co-author to a chapter in the book ‘Australia’s Unintended Cities’ looking at the link between urban structure and productivity. Terry is also the National Leader at SGS for Economic and Social Analysis.
His experience also includes public policy development, economic modelling, examining social exclusion, strategy development, detailed economic appraisal and statistical analysis. Terry’s advice is highly sought after for economic development, land use and transport strategies and individual infrastructure projects.