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Researching into economic consultancies for a 2022 summer internship, what consultancies would anyone recommend? If you've also got first hand experience in any of these firms I'd appreciate your personal perspectives as well.
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Researching into economic consultancies for a 2022 summer internship, what consultancies would anyone recommend? If you've also got first hand experience in any of these firms I'd appreciate your personal perspectives as well.
If you're looking at the more common type of economic consultancies (micro focused), then the usual candidates are firms like RBB Economics, NERA, Oxera, Frontier Economics, Europe Economics, Compass Lexicon, Brattle Group, Cornerstone, Analysis Group, London Economics, Cambridge Econometrics, CEPA, Vivid Economics, SQW, FTI Consulting, Fideres, Economic Consulting Associates, Oxford Policy Management, Charles River Associates, etc.

Beyond these micro-based consultancies, there are also microeconomic consulting arms of bigger consulting firms such as the big4 (PwC, KPMG, EY and Deloitte), PA Consulting, BDO, RSM, Grant Thornton are just launching their new economic consulting arm so are hiring at all experience levels. The MBB strategy consulting firms also hire some economists but these won't be relevant for an undergraduate summer internship.
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If you're looking at the more common type of economic consultancies (micro focused), then the usual candidates are firms like RBB Economics, NERA, Oxera, Frontier Economics, Europe Economics, Compass Lexicon, Brattle Group, Cornerstone, Analysis Group, London Economics, Cambridge Econometrics, CEPA, Vivid Economics, SQW, FTI Consulting, Fideres, Economic Consulting Associates, Oxford Policy Management, Charles River Associates, etc.

Beyond these micro-based consultancies, there are also microeconomic consulting arms of bigger consulting firms such as the big4 (PwC, KPMG, EY and Deloitte), PA Consulting, BDO, RSM, Grant Thornton are just launching their new economic consulting arm so are hiring at all experience levels. The MBB strategy consulting firms also hire some economists but these won't be relevant for an undergraduate summer internship.
Amazing! Thank you! I had Frontier Economics penned down but wanted to broaden my search
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Amazing! Thank you! I had Frontier Economics penned down but wanted to broaden my search
No worries, happy to help. I interned at an economic consulting firm this past summer so if you wanna ask any specific questions, feel free. I didn't work in a Competition/Litigation/IO team and most of the consultancies I've listed specialise in these, just so you're aware that I might not be able to answer all your questions
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