For decades the team has produced reliable and accurate forecasts for government and non-government clients, who value the rigorous quantitative analysis that supports the economic advice we deliver.
Economic modelling forms the backbone for most of our work, including policy advice, research and analysis, or generating specific forecasts for our clients. We maintain a number of proprietary in-house economic models, which are supplemented by a wide range of specialised models tailored for individual client needs. Economic modelling allows clients to understand the complex economic interactions that result from change in policy or the business and economic environment and to keep abreast of the key drivers that affect their business.
Our services include:
- Real estate, property and construction forecasts
- Forecasts relating to wages, prices and costs of materials
- Demographic modelling and forecasting, including at the detailed regional level
- Workforce planning, including expected demand for and supply of skilled labour
- Long-term demand forecasting to support infrastructure transactions
- Detailed projections of components of consumer spending
- Government taxation revenue and expenditure modelling and forecasts
- Detailed policy simulation, and federal budget and policy submissions
- Superannuation and aged care modelling
- Impact assessments of new policies and program evaluations
- Statistical and econometric modelling
- Social impact assessments
- Expert witness reporting
- Presentation and guest speaker appearances.
Deloitte Access Economics' macroeconomics team produces six industry-leading subscription publications containing key economic views, analyses and forecasts:
- Budget Monitor
- Business Outlook
- Retail Forecasts
- Investment Monitor
- Employment Forecasts
- Tourism and Hotel Market Outlook.
We also produce the Weekly Economic Briefing a personal view of financial and economic issues written by two senior Deloitte economists – David Rumbens from Deloitte Access Economics in Australia and Ian Stewart, Deloitte’s Chief Economist in the UK.