Mitchell Perry

Mitchell is an economist that specialises in providing analysis and advice on natural resource management issues. He holds a master’s degree in agricultural and resource economics from the University of New England and has worked across a range of sectors including agriculture, forestry, fisheries, and water.

Since joining Natural Capital Economics, Mitchell has led and contributed to a wide range of multi-disciplinary projects, with major focuses of his work being the economic analysis of natural hazards and climate change, the use of non-market valuation techniques to value ecosystem services, and the use of cost-benefit analysis to evaluate programs and policy options. Prior to commencing his consulting career, Mitchell spent 4 years working as financial analyst in Australia and the United Kingdom.