A quick overview

Economic Strategies is based in Oberon, New South Wales, Australia, and specialises in cultural and ecological projects in a national and international economic context. The theme is sustainability as implied by the top banner.

The principal, Hans Hoegh-Guldberg, welcomes inquiries at economicstrategies@bigpond.com, or simply using the comment box below. You can read more by clicking the next page, About us. Phone +61 2 6336 0239.

Current and recent clients include:

  • Australia Council for the Arts (many projects, ongoing, since 1985)
  • Garnaut Inquiry (2008)
  • Music Council of Australia (MCA) (ongoing, since 2000)
  • National Atmospheric and Oceanic Administration (NOAA), USA (ongoing, since 2005)
  • WWF Australia (2004, 2009)

Since Economic Strategies was founded in 1984, its clientèle has included, among numerous others:

  • Arts Training Australia
  • Australian Copyright Council
  • Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA)
  • Commonwealth Department of Communications, Information Technology and the Arts (DCITA)
  • Commonwealth Department of the Arts, Sport, the Environment and Territories (DASETT)
  • Copyright Agency Limited (CAL)
  • Cultural Ministers Council
  • Greenpeace Australia
  • Metropolitan and Country Public Libraries Associations (MPLA and CPLA)
  • National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA)
  • Queensland Government
  • State Library of New South Wales (and numerous public libraries under its aegis)

Please visit the pages that follow for some of our main themes and projects:

  • The environment
  • Scenario planning
  • The music sector
  • Culture and growth
  • Public libraries
  • Local activities.

Last revised: 28 April 2009


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