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Bronwyn Taylor

Bronwyn Taylor, Senior Economist

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Passionate about using disciplined economic analysis to inform decision-making on competition, infrastructure access and policy issues.

Bronwyn specialises in the application of economic theory to complex problems arising across the spectrum of applied microeconomic matters, including competition, regulatory access, and policy. Bronwyn is passionate about delivering robust advice with a focus on understanding what is really going on in a market. Since 2019, Bronwyn has been recognised by Who’s Who Legal as a Future Leader in the field of competition economics.

On competition matters, Bronwyn’s experience includes analysing the economic implications of mergers and acquisitions and strategic market behaviour in a range of sectors including health, finance, media, ports, agriculture, digital platforms, retail, and energy. She has a particular interest in issues relating to market dynamics and exclusionary conduct.

Bronwyn has experience in infrastructure access regulation matters across rail, electricity, and post networks. Bronwyn is also experienced in the application of economics to assist decision-making in the context of commercial arbitrations and negotiations, the pricing of intercompany transactions and the formulation of policy.

Bronwyn couples her deep experience in economics with an academic background in industrial organisation and commercial law to provide clear, robust analysis to clients. With an undergraduate degree in Psychology, Bronwyn is also passionate about behavioural economics.

Bronwyn has worked as an Economics Manager at British Business Bank in London, where she specialised in addressing market failures in finance markets. Prior to her time in the UK, Bronwyn was an Economic Analyst at NERA Economic Consulting and a Senior Consultant at Deloitte. Bronwyn holds a Bachelor of Commerce with First Class Honours in Economics, and undergraduate degrees in Commerce (Commercial Law) and Arts (Psychology), from the University of Auckland.

Career path

  • 2011

    Bachelor of Commerce (Economics, Commercial Law) and Bachelor of Arts (Psychology), University of Auckland

  • 2011 – 2014

    Senior Consultant, Deloitte

  • 2014

    Bachelor of Commerce (Honours)

  • 2014 – 2016

    Economic Analyst, NERA Economic Consulting

  • 2016 – 2017

    Economics Manager, British Business Bank – UK Development Bank

  • 2018

    Joined HoustonKemp