Frank Newman

Frank Newman

Frank is an economics researcher at RPA. He has a BSc in Economics from Newcastle University, and an MSc in Behavioural Economics from the University of East Anglia (UEA). He has also studied at Aarhus University in Denmark. As part of his degrees, he has studied advanced courses in microeconomics, macroeconomics, applied economics, and econometrics.

 

Since joining RPA in 2019, he has contributed to literature reviews, data collection and report writing for projects at the EU, national, and regional level. His most recent work includes assisting with the evaluation of the Mortgage Credit Directive and contributing to an ex-ante economic analysis of cost pass-through effects for Zero Waste Scotland. He has extensive experience conducting statistical analysis with Stata and Excel. Prior to working at RPA, he was a research assistant at UEA.

 

He is a native English speaker and is fluent in Spanish.