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Dylan Frangos

Dylan Frangos, Economist

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Expertise in the application of microeconomic and quantitative analysis to competition, regulatory and policy issues.

Dylan joined our team upon the completion of his studies at the University of Sydney, where he earned a first-class honours degree in economics. Since joining us, Dylan has gained experience across a range of competition projects spanning diverse sectors such as electricity, healthcare, social media and ports. Dylan played a lead role in undertaking research on international approaches to market power mitigation in wholesale electricity markets for the ACCC’s Retail Electricity Pricing Inquiry. Dylan has also played a critical part in growing our presence in the healthcare sector, drawing upon his deep knowledge of the Australian private health insurance system. Dylan’s knowledge stems from his honours thesis, which evaluated the efficacy of government intervention in the Australian private health insurance market.

Dylan has also gained extensive experience in the application of economic evaluations to regulatory and policy issues. Dylan is a core member of our team that assists clients undertaking the regulatory investment tests for electricity transmission and distribution, known as the ‘RIT-T’ and ‘RIT-D’. Dylan also applies his skills in economic evaluations in the policy sector, where he led the development of a model investigating the viability of establishing a training academy for Aboriginal students.

The skills that Dylan has developed since joining our team are complemented by his experience at the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development and the ACCC. At the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development, Dylan assisted in evaluating the prospects of applying innovative funding and financing mechanisms to major infrastructure projects. During his time at the ACCC, Dylan’s research and critical thinking assisted with the production of a market study examining the aggregation services market in the telecommunications industry.

Career path

  • 2015 – 2016

    Summer intern, Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development

  • 2017

    Summer intern, Australian Competition and Consumer Commission

  • 2017

    Economics tutor, University of Sydney

  • 2017

    Bachelor of Economics (First Class Honours), University of Sydney

  • 2018

    Joined HoustonKemp