Dr Robert Gillespie
Since its inception in 1997, Gillespie Economics has been totally focused on providing high quality and independent economic analysis for its clients.
Gillespie Economics was established in 1997 in response to the growing need from both the public and private sector to integrate environmental, social, cultural and economic considerations into their decision making.
Gillespie Economics is a sole trader firm that operates independently or in collaboration with other environmental and resource economists, agricultural economists and multi-disciplinary teams as the situation requires. Gillespie Economics has an extensive network of specialists from which to draw.
Robert Gillespie is the Principal of Gillespie Economics. Robert has a wealth of experience in environmental and resource economics, gained from 12 years with the NSW Government (including as the Manager of the Environmental Economics Policy Unit at the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service) and over 20 years as a consultant. He has also lectured in environmental and resource economics at Macquarie University, Sydney University and the University of Technology, Sydney. He has tertiary qualifications in science (BSc), economics (BEc, MEc, PhD) and planning (MPlan).