Jed works across all of Frontier’s practices, and has experience using a wide range of qualitative and quantitative techniques to solve client problems.
Since joining in 2019, he has applied his economist’s toolkit to a variety of projects including econometric estimation of damages in litigation cases, behavioural economics modelling, and formal policy evaluations. Having worked across multiple industries, Jed is able to bring new perspectives on topics such as oligopoly regulation and consumer behaviour.
Prior to working at Frontier, Jed completed a BSc Economics with French at the University of Exeter and an MSc Economics at University College London. In between his bachelor’s and master’s courses, he was a Long-term Intern at Frontier.
Alongside his project work at Frontier, Jed contributes to Frontier’s employee network for disabilities and health conditions.