Bronwyn specialises in competition and infrastructure access. She has experience across the spectrum of competition issues, including analysing the economic implications of mergers and acquisitions, assessment of market behaviour, and government-initiated market studies. In 2019 and 2020, Bronwyn has been listed as a future leader by Who’s Who Legal in the field of competition economics.
Bronwyn has examined competition issues across a wide range of sectors including digital platforms, advertising, healthcare, post, ports, retail, agriculture, banking and finance, rail infrastructure, and minerals. Bronwyn focuses on developing a deep understanding of how markets work, ensuring that the application of economics is practical and relevant, as well as technically robust.
Bronwyn couples her passion for economics with an academic background in commercial law and psychology and has a keen interest in behavioural economics. She also sits on the New South Wales branch of the Women in Economics Network committee, and is an active member of the networks in both Australia and New Zealand. Bronwyn worked as an economist in New Zealand and in the UK prior to joining HoustonKemp.
Bachelor of Commerce (Economics, Commercial Law) and Bachelor of Arts (Psychology), University of Auckland
Senior Consultant, Deloitte
Bachelor of Commerce (Honours)
Economic Analyst, NERA Economic Consulting
Economics Manager, British Business Bank – UK Development Bank