Abel Son

Associate Director

Abel is an Economist with more than 14 years’ experience providing economic analysis, data modelling and cost methodology support, assisting the government in making policy and funding decisions. Abel has experience in providing critical analysis and strategic advice Federal, State and Local Government programs.

Abel’s skills include working with clients to assess project needs and drivers, demonstrating strategic importance and conducting value for money assessment, including economic appraisal and multi-criteria assessment.  Abel has worked across multi-disciplinary teams, including across regional boundaries and his experience extends to economic assessment (including cost-benefit analysis, economic impact assessment and economics research) across the transport, treasury and education sectors.

Since joining Corview, Abel has been involved in projects from Infrastructure Australia, RMS, Transport for NSW, Infrastructure NSW and Local Governments.  Abel has specialised in value sharing model for transport projects and Regional Economic Development Strategies.

 

Areas of Expertise

  • Policy, financial and economic analysis
  • Expenditure reduction programs
  • Financial monitoring, reporting, budgeting and forecasting
  • Cabinet, budget, business case preparation and gateway processes
  • Enterprise portfolio management skills
  • Stakeholder engagement
  • Project monitoring and reporting

 

Project Experience

Abel’s experience has been demonstrated on key projects such as:

  • 2019 Infrastructure Priority List Co-ordinator, Infrastructure Australia
  • Business Case Evaluation, Infrastructure Australia
  • SCATS ITS Strategy – NSW Road and Maritimes Services
  • Project Manager, Parramatta Light Rail, Transport for NSW
  • Visitor Economy Industry Action Plan Review – Targets, Grants & Governance, NSW Department of Industry
  • Gold Coast Light Rail Strategic Business Case – Value Uplift Revenue Forecasting, Gold Coast City Council
  • Regional Economic Development Strategies, NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet
  • Western Sydney City Deal, Eight Western Sydney Councils
  • SCATS – Final Business Case, NSW Road and Maritimes Services
  • Parramatta Light Rail – Value Sharing Model, Transport for NSW
  • Sydney Metro City and Southwest – Betterment Levy Model, Infrastructure for NSW
  • Activity Based Reporting and Analysis – NSW Dept of Education, Corporate Finance
  • National Education Reform Agreement – NSW Dept of Education, Program Management Office
  • Preparation of state budgets for NSW Parliament, NSW Electoral Commission, NSW Dept of Local Governments, NSW Ombudsman, NSW Audit Office and NSW Public Service Commission
  • Assisted with the establishment the NSW Parliamentary Budget Office

 

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