David is a Consultant in Frontier’s Competition and Public Policy practices.
David enjoys both conducting analysis and working with clients. In Competition his work includes merger and abuse of dominance cases before the European Commission and National Competition Authorities for clients in the retail, online takeaway, energy, telecoms and travel sectors.
In Public Policy, David’s recent projects have focused on economic impact assessment in relation to trade, competition, intellectual property and labour market issues. He is comfortable with quantitative and qualitative methods such as cost-benefit analysis, econometrics and case study interviewing and has a good working knowledge of UK business survey and administrative datasets. David also has experience in Frontier’s other practice areas including Strategy, Transport and Energy.
Prior to joining Frontier David completed internships at Frontier and the Institute for Fiscal Studies. He graduated from the University of Oxford with a BA (First Class) in Economics and Management and an MPhil (Distinction) in Economics.
What did you want to be when you were 10?
A sports bookmaker as it combined my two loves at the time – sport and statistics.
What was the last book you read?
‘The Future of The Professions’ by Daniel and Richard Susskind. Interesting to think how technology might change the tasks done by economic consultants and lawyers over the next 10-20 years.
If you won the lottery, would be the first thing you buy?
Entry to the World Series of Poker Main Event in Las Vegas. I’m a keen poker player and a lottery win would give me the confidence (and the bankroll) to enter poker’s most prestigious tournament.