Cambridge Econometrics welcomes Principal Economist Edo Omic
Cambridge Econometrics is delighted to announce the appointment of Edo Omic as Principal Economist, joining the Environment team based in Brussels. With fourteen years of experience in economic research, Edo brings a wealth of knowledge primarily from the International Public Sector.
I’m really looking forward to working with clients as they take real steps to meeting climate change goals to build a sustainable future. Joining Cambridge Econometrics means that I can work with the team in Brussels to provide clients valuable insights on the long-term environmental and economic effects of rapidly changing climate policies.Edo Omic, Principal Economist
Edo has experience in both quantitative and qualitative economic and policy analysis on topics related to socioeconomic inequalities, energy poverty, FDI, private sector development, industrial policy and societal well-being. Previously he has worked at the Council of Europe Development Bank (CEB), the OECD, and in the think-thank community in London. Edo holds a Masters in Economics from the University of Bristol (UK) and a Bachelors in Global Economics from the University of California at Santa Cruz (USA).
Stijn Van Hummelen, Managing Director (Belgium) adds,
Edo’s experience and knowledge will play a vital role in delivering rigorous analysis and impactful insights to our clients in Brussels and beyond. We are thrilled to have him on our team.Stijn Van Hummelen, Managing Director (Belgium)