Jeremy Cheesman is a resource and environmental economist. He obtained his PhD from the Crawford School of Economics and Government in 2008. Since 2008, Jeremy has specialised in the economics and policy of water, agricultural, and environmental resources in the southern interconnected Murray Darling Basin.
Now a senior economist with Marsden Jacob Associates, Jeremy advises public and private organisations on matters spanning investment in regional irrigation infrastructure, agricultural production and water use efficiency, market demand estimation and analysis, non-market valuation of environmental and natural resources, social cost benefit analysis, and public sector reform and policy development.
Jeremy has published widely in the areas of applied water, environmental, and agricultural economics in internationally refereed journal papers, book chapters, technical reports, and conference papers.
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