Paul is a Director of gsc with over 18 years’ experience working for a range of large and small economic and advisory consultancies. In 2011, Paul established george stanley consulting with the aim of providing big consulting firm service to clients at boutique firm prices.
Paul specialises in the provision of economic advice in relation to major infrastructure projects, programs and industry developments using cost benefit analysis, economic impact analysis and regulatory and policy assessments.
Paul has worked in the areas of regulation, business/operational improvement and economic development, undertaking projects involving pricing and costing principles and model design, strategic direction development and analysis, due diligence, market positioning and organisational change analysis.
Paul has done work for with Commonwealth and State Government clients within Australia such as NSW Health Infrastructure, Infrastructure Australia, Commonwealth, NSW, South Australian and Victorian Departments of Transport and Infrastructure, the Department of Sustainability and Environment, RMS, Western Australian Department of Planning and Infrastructure as well as many others.
Paul has a special interest in freight and logistics assessment, and the improvement in operational efficiencies across supply chains, having undertaken a range of freight related studies for government and corporate clients, including Transport for NSW, ARTC, Port Authority of NSW, Port of Melbourne and Pacific National.
James is an Associate Director with george stanley consulting having over 9 years experience in program funding and economic analysis. James specialises in producing funding submissions for infrastructure projects, undertaking cost-benefit analyses, project management, stakeholders management as well as the development and management of large scale infrastructure funding programs. Over the last 5 years, James has developed a thorough understanding of NSW transport and industry.
James has worked for Transport for NSW and RailCorp (Sydney Trains) across a range of roles and with a range of responsibilities, including as a Treasury Analyst, Economist and Manager within the Freight Infrastructure Funding team. James has recently undertaken work with Infrastructure Australia as an economist secondee since 2017, working closely with the project advisory team.
James has done work for with Commonwealth and State Government clients within Australia such as Infrastructure Australia, Department of Premier Cabinet, NSW Roads and Maratime Services, Transport for NSW as well as many others. James has a special interest in freight related business cases, having undertaken an extensive range of freight related studies and business case development projects for Government.