Connor is a professional economist with experience spanning academia and private consulting. Prior to joining EKOS, Connor worked in academia where his research focused on econometric modelling across diverse topics including economic inequality and tourism. He is skilled both in quantitative and qualitative analysis and in working with large volumes of data across a variety of sources.
At EKOS, Connor contributes to a wide range of projects with particular experience and expertise in project appraisal and evaluation, economic impact assessments and economic modelling. Much of his work has focused on innovation and technology, academic and industry collaboration, business support and physical regeneration.