Daniel Miles Returns to ESI as New Director

Daniel Miles, Ph.D., has joined the team as a new Director, bolstering its research and analytic capacity, and enabling the firm to expand its services to clients seeking complex economic answers.

A seasoned economist with experience leading complex research projects in a variety of industries and sectors; Daniel has conducted regional, state, and international economic impact studies, prepared rigorous, data-driven evaluations, and developed complex economic models. His experience ranges from land use and environmental economics to housing, infrastructure, and economic development.

In his former position as Senior Economist at Oxford Economics, he led a multinational team of economists based in New York, Belfast, and London. Daniel’s specific projects included estimating the economic impacts of laser fusion energy and the size and impacts of the Longevity Economy, analyzing the public/private partnership (PPP) policies of several Asian countries, and developing a cigarette market and excise tax forecasting model of the Philippines. Prior to that, as a National Science Foundation IGERT Fellow at the Center for Urban Environmental Research and Education (CUERE), Daniel conducted research on transfer of develop rights programs, water quality trading, the impacts of land use changes on water quality, and the relationship between development patterns and house prices.

Daniel had previously worked as an Associate with Econsult before joining Oxford Economics. During his time at the firm, Daniel’s work included evaluating the financial feasibility and economic impact of using tolls to finance transportation infrastructure improvements, and the preparation of an economic development plan for an older industrial city. In addition he estimated the economic value of permanently preserved open space, modeled the impact of changes in Philadelphia’s business tax system, and valued the economic impact of changes in the stormwater billing methods of a major US city.

“We are assembling an excellent team and look forward to providing new quality services to our clients nationwide,” ESI President Stephen P. Mullin said. “Daniel’s skill set will be extremely valuable to our team and clients, and will allow us to continue to expand our analytical serviceswithin our transportation, economic impact, litigation support, and real estate practices.”
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