Webinar recap: the regional economic impacts of COVID-19

Rob Hall - Urban Economist

Rob is driven by a desire to help shape communities for a better future. Trained as an economist, he has a unique fifteen-year background in economics, demographics, statistics and strategic planning with a focus on understanding how economic forces influences local government areas across Australia. At .id, Rob leads the economic team to provide Local Government with high-quality analysis and information tools, including specialised consulting services and tailored information products such as economy.id. By working at the intersection of place and economic analysis, Rob offers insights that help local government develop strategies with confidence and make informed investment decisions.

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2 Responses

  1. Melati Lye says:

    Hi Rob, thanks for the interesting economic analysis. You mentioned that there would be lower population growth (presume as a result of reduction in skilled migration levels). Will this translate into updated population projections for the LGA’s ? Particularly Central Coast where we are expecting upto 70,000 new residents upto 2036. Thanks

  2. Katie says:

    Hi Melati. Thanks for the feedback, good to hear you found the session interesting. Your question regarding the impact of migration levels on population projections is a really good one. We believe the most important impact upon population projections will come from the profound economic change. Our population forecasters are looking forward to sharing our early thinking with our Council clients. I’ll ask one of them to get in touch to discuss this further with you.

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